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Title: The Floridian & journal
Alternate title: Floridian and journal
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Maxwell & Hilton
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Creation Date: June 3, 1854
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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a single-minded homogeneous nation.
stitution of slavery. The had ) '
war already iiiost j jealously '
But in their suffering they bad learned sympathy commenced. It threatened to dissolve the :he i>e...ple ther&f Jthey .t"t States, or to and exercise. ''.Fheomptct which binds na I in the or, an whttis as m jt.fSt' ff ,
SPEECH OFlION. and forbearanc..ind in penil prudence; convention and to remit the States to die anarchy I. l liberality toyieli1 to a. extraordiuary together recognurs and guaranties that right I in th 'oe tb.o rt-.n ", I

A E. MAXWELL From the short but crowded pages of their eventful -i which hung about them like a devouring sino agreed not tot>ress comprOmlt r by which and that power; and in no particular more oae which would frtic1; all 0&1. t .
history they had learned design, providedthe strongly or clearly in reference to the gations and .
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temperanceand pestilence. But again the spii of fraternity South would pcimit a wall to be built tan profa.e 0 !:
OP FLORIDA, wisdom. Mutual concession for th" general ruled the hour. The ie'dedsomething north of which her citizens very property which this controversy this floor of the /IbR the IW3 ,
no'J OF REPRESENTATIVES good became the law of their action. ; the North something ; an.1 tl ee issWt their righ a! ahoul never more is rais. But while this will b day would be hailed as an,. o"whe ,'
I11'BE What each desired could not be attained, and resulted the compromise by which as tot laves, now so earnestly I'tia te compact were admitted i sid that the doctrine cannot southern slates may rise to & t j
Jlfa/16, 1854. they saw no safety but in the endurance of the three-fifth basis was adopted.Can I i: not to maintain, 8 extended beyond the limits of existing States.VLen dom through blood and havoc, an th tfamee ,,'
to violate I Is this \
The House being in Committee of the supposed evils, which dwindled to naught com any one suppose, after reviewing the i ilcignntllrne( compact It) : the South has recfive.i of Tem'orie the come under the superv'a'on o southern hmt.d.. daer. t f!. J
the of the Union- pared with the evil of a failure to nccomp'ish history of thai the common Government, Congress ous who wit
Whole on staje greater struggle, can gentl?man hi r share of the consideration, and has do it Abitionis. cO r
the high and noble end to which from that the now can as pleases-nakewhatlaws i iU discretion them part orhe way to this point, "h f i-fc? ,
Mr. MAXWELL said: Mr. Chairman I lfassachusetl suppose, South only to let the North receive hers? thinks best an e .
their efforts were directed. All partial ani local -: would willing to still further What it ? The : -admit_ or exclude .uel. can b l legitimately traced the way 1C
first after the go was
.
; splendid boon
tsing extraordinary proceed. of suits its ,
as high
permission judgment Can this own insistthat
they
in the and coarse, yet r
merged common yield her in b
grievances were coequal the .fo tir'
in8of our late sittings, and following, as I right common t-jr- gracious permission, to enjoy a right Mr. Chairman I If so, the would tt they nor suffer ''-1t
forth the sal. if argument go
grievance ; and there came pure, ri'ory, any should be acquired in the future hers and which m -Ler
in already could
next succession the
do to gentleman from not be taken thus "Southern .
I run : States have the themselves to be carried Let me re m 4t
utary, vigorous, andpatriotic spirit which She had already)' given up a vast territory iu I from her without rit tr
Massachusettss, [Mr. UPHAI,] who so nbly away violating every pledge under Constitution, own and them that history in instances & :
gave being and substance to the union thuv. the but notwithstanding this evi- which .\\w 't t Ul ne mIn .. ="fo
Arid doquently'addr'ssed the committee upon' ( Li) become ;
onrt'ducsdaJ ; a part property. opinion of northern Men by committing slight
formed. That spirit pervades and vivifies the dence of her liberal she found groes T 'wel.mlng
purposes now of the ;
\ last, I find the embarrassment Confederacy She keep what States into the moddsaer. '
migh thtt this right is error,
which assemble and benfon
Constitution under we hfrs lf engaged in a about the hers but & wrong
which would naturally attend an effort to controversy was not unless would now CAnnot affect it because the wildest '
hare
ousexcesses
they i
act, teaches what we fhould do in our day ; balance of power, in which it was and with what agreed & err .a abla
engage attention upon a subject 'which has charged Assign part would be hers at leave it to a local and domestic ation's misrule and ,}
bidjing us bear and forbear, respect and respect that by permitting II-T slaves to enter into. future day Wonderful b queton anarchy.Mr.
Undergone exhausting discussion, much increased. -'ml was the justice of These together can acquire Mr. Chairman, slavery can be restricted ,
and alike the of alland the basis of ition she would p
: revere privileges
represent oht-ii.j :
: such
it better and compact Notunore wonderful Territories because it Is with
Perhaps were more : though new which in time are to by Congress wroiigftcan,
prudent that one of no little experiencc in the: condemn not where we have no right to an undue ascendency. That was the giavi- ban to hear even southern gentlemen raising States also. Each must bear her bcom t the same propriety, be abated where i now : i1
: of the content, and. I have said _
judge.It men as something their; voicos in this Hall
controversies of the to bid us exists. Neither be done without
and
grave day as myself I I reverenceits expense, if necessary, furnish her can
America that both in 'he quota disrgr ;\i
to complicated ,
should say nothing upon the exciting question gave our was .yielded by hope, doubt. sicredness. Sir, the South received nothing of men to defend and preserve such Terri'o- ing the highest right, and if such :
but admirable of which lei" that if in the fu'ure the te
: system government by one or Quit', save the WitSi
which has been connected with this bill to consent of the North to aban- ries ; and every species of property, slaves it would be more manly t strike at once at J
the common to all we.e made to liar should riin a ruling asct'ndencEhc would ;
for Nebraska and powers d -ii her aggressions upon and included be the Constitution which it. ": :
taxed
.
organize governments \lssour upon can to enable the Government protects 1
monize with those reserved to each. The ho d herself )bound to the sime Ti
Kansas. Perhaps the will of State can high motives, the territory south of 36 consentis to defend and them. opening of ditches along which
my 3 The citizens [ stealthy) i t !
: cheif conflicting ideas which had to be and t ( forbearance, preserve f
reconciled e taught by been
sal an has
example
be as forcibly expressed by my simple vote consolidation the instructive and abundantly! by other gentlemen of these States have equal rights there, move the force to attack the cijadel before any : r :
ftS by any words 1 may utter in her behulf.Perhaps were, on one hand so patriotic. would never ha\ been observed, but and can there select their homes, war is declared, doe not become the honor : 1. .:
and the sovereignty of the Jstales the other It is evident to mind from the carrying : "
on ili '
the sense of injury which I feel-of my hitfr\ for the sound patriotism of the Spartan few with them their property. But inasmuch a frank, fearless and hightoned ant Oist.Give .- ,
general jurisdiction with of that tim. whatever have 8
a independentlocal been the
iujnry begun continued, and persisted in, the "a\ whf we ha veal ways found ready heroically the holding of slaves is condemned by northern ua open war or give us peace Direc ''' .
jurisdictions. And sir, these were re feeling or fact a year .71 two }befoie, (I themselves in '"""Vfei *
from unmistakable hostility to southern slave! 10 throw the breach. sentiment as a and offense your batteries straight against the that
conciled. Looking to the formation of a consistent mean when th 01 dhwtt! of 17 7 was Mr.t Chairman, wrong an nt
and which is intensified = adopted ; such
polity1- feeling by was the compact, or against humanity, the Government shall rot: now restrains your progress or witholdyour fire
refection fro-n the boso'u of my constituency,, Union as the paramount considerationas ) that hegr-atly rnisun !lerstamU the" po-i- what i is called a compact, and such the eon- permit it in those Territories, although south altogether. Say with the exterminists, whose 1( ;
may prompt me to say things, thnujih far above all other ambition, .is finking to tion of the South who! believes she would s-'deraiions i which:i passed between the parties. ern sentiment is different, and finds corroboration lead you foloW unwilling as you,-are to believe .r : .

from my desire or intention, which will pro. veriest insignificance all minor differences have been willing to concede: mire than I If I am not in error in the views presented, it in the protection given by the compact: i if, tba compact which protect* a wrong -' ..
tokc rather than conciliate our antagonists. the !patriots of those times had the manhood plainly appears upon the face of tht cnmp3t't was f.und.c in an usurpation of authority, from which alone is derived authority to is itself a wrnI. and shouL b destroyed or t ,
These suggestions, I confess, have tended I Istrongly to lay their partialities and prejudices, and all Audit vv i!!ld have beii strange ildt ce if the and i is: opposed t
to keep me from participating in I their diverse views and schemes, upon a common North!., fighting: so etrtie-t'y and vJgornulvagainst fundaltulLI principles! upon which the thirteen dity of such an is thoughit ery. particular, and without murmur or moral 4*$r 1:
thi< tJt'battHut, sir, at the hazad 1 of speak- altar, and the fortune thence to catch an apprehen led prepond-'rating iuflu'- Suites based their, Union. Then the restriction flows argument from apparent positions that reservations. Plain rovenated light cannot 'f; f .
ill:: untdvisedly: I cannot rema'n altogethersilent. tho sacred incense which, as it was infused ence on the part of th S'utli, had been\ ,'r) I it contains was improperly placed will be granted.legitimately : be broken for mere opinion sake. The a- :
I through their bosoms, mingling with aspirations tent tfleave unrecoided! nnywheiethc ,victory tlierc. was and be rescinded before i .
Every impulse of'my native every I unjust wrong ; and the The error on this subject arises from con ureement must opinion ,? f '
affection of my heart, every sentiment of I, tor liberty, refreshed and n.il1\igora tNt since and now alleg il to hlvt''f'n01 iii I reposition of t'le li before us to removeit founding the mere opinion of right and can interfere. And I am only! surprised that .. _
them for their great work. Then WIB the the concession of the ;power claimed forCongress. is but an t'fTirt wrong who have !) .1 ;'
devotion to my native South, and of pride in I to bring the Government with the -puthori'y! to enforce that opinion.- gentlemen 1 dlcaimtd so eloquently ;
her character her equal rights, and her lofty day of victory I lor republicanism ; then the >ir, she.'\bad no tin-light that! such I hick ''o its tiue* sphere, and to leave authority If that authority were clear and undoubted, about 'pligJ ted faith,' ch pronenes* to : ; : ;

independence, and every link which binds me day of fraternal l joy. Whither has gone the a victory was wmi ;; I't'l'n thoin wa the over domestic affairs where it rightly belon" then the contest would simply be one between forget the highest pledge. This remark brings ,-) .:
to the Constitution and the Union of mJ: spirit of that day t Not extinct, I trust ; but mutual t.ust and t.li.rthat they had :arranged I But I fehail not stop( here. WhiIe these the opposing opinions.-( As it is now, the me consider another reason given for-ex- .t$ : .
country, appeals; to. me to give what active sadly paled. Many strong gusts have blown to Ih.t tog-ther us equals. I If t site still-had a views are sulficient of themselves to justify South thinks she has moral perceptions not: eluding our property from the Territories we J tr l .

iud' I can, let ble though it be, in rescuingour ; upon! it, and it,has :sometimes burned so fitfully hope: lingering in her (liosom sujK-rior iiillueine :. Congress in annulling the Missouri restriction inferior to those of her northern brethren, are seeking to organize. In addition to the :: ; ,
Government 'from paths of error and n to shake the hopes of the most sanguine in tit" l future, she rested it upon that: they are upportlhy others which and faculties of mind quite as capable as general considerations which would excludeit .
danger. and rouse from their listless indifference other hiii' which looked lo the gradual I ought to have more influence than they exer-i (heirs of close and profound from all new Territories, and which are a .if! .' .

Before taking up the main question: how. the most supine. But sir, I am wan. extinction, O"IH'Cn'-u l1 tion riot to h be \ r\e:\ upon some honorable members, and to C all social questions, and she claims reasoning the same upon I applicable to Nebraska and Kansas as to any .
ever the astounding character of our recent t dering off from the idea I wished to pre. effected by any' art of her, or of ti! common which I ask a few moments attention. respect for her conclusions that they do; but, others, it is urged that the Missouri restric :\ ..

proceedings would seem to require some sent.Those Go.erlll'ut..'liut hv' the untia-nmelled! [preference I we except a few whose erratic and im besides, she meets them at the threshold, and forms a 'bar a to these which cannot' be 'l ;
remark. It is due to the friends. of this bill I thirteen States, incited by the over and act of each tate wh.re it ex- I practicable notions leave tll(1 without the unfolding the agreement they have mutually removed without violation of good fit; i'tion

mid to the country, that it should be known! ruling desire I have indicated, moved by pur. i l(1 I.I circle of safe advisers, all gentlemen here, i ifj I II entered into says, whatever your opinions or that it was a compact to be sacredly obre. liife ;
they are not responsible! for that waste of! poses so generous and noble, leagned themselves '.'11-1, tt!) -R. tVi t tlt? frames of the j I hiu not mistaken, are agieed that the Stats mine on! such questions, this agreement confers I may suggest, that jIm in this mater some o i:, {
jiulilic time and that: obstruction of public together upon the terms prescribed in Constituti it'j., ', .' uu-: jealousies i and ambitious navr a rijjitlo;: ; use their own discretion about no authority on either to enforce them, the opponents of the Nebraska bi sbo j'. : ,
the Constitution.Not view- ., it'll ; business, .o apparent upon our Journal, pr\i",1 I slavery alt p ,ple of the Territories, but, on the contrary, reserves that authority n !
winch: is already bringing to us the indignation to mention other particulars, I ask attention to .' o u-*' .-,1!: I I\; tII!, !! ?t' d ni the \vhea; framing a constitution preparatory to p to b exercised ,in country and by the gainst themselves, we certainly ought not to ):;;: ,.
of an incensed people. Theirs wasa to the fact that these terms give security means l b\ .li":1! :: t iJi''\ eoult! 'peiate.. : : '. I:I'l.nhsIoni into the Union, h have the earntirht. [people to be dir(cJ_ complain ; for it is a common remark, that .: '

//tJain duty. Feeling that a discussion and protection to southern men with their ing that II.. i Iii. ii ,11:10. | 1 W furin."r.! t-us- i I This come* of the essence of selfljo.Vrnii.eiit idea that .11 ece.Tli wrong, and should I those who bare been the greatest sinners can ,1 "
which had gone on for more than three property in slaves, 8 well as to northern men tai!ed w'si' > 1i i i't >.'< -z.-.1'!*" il- ,.;tl.iti|1"'..eofequalitv I sid! admits nfno rational die thereftre b by really goes preach against sin with greatest effect. It r 1
months was sufficient( for a full exposition of with whatever property they made hold. Under .Mv uiliu. !d fr'l ( 't ii"'es* 1"ite." The( ( urlr.?tone of our American further arrlt Cog, force at a been proved "again and again,' that ::

the whole subject, and finding that the orders that Constitution they started afresh upon the (power I.. IHI'rt,.-e iti tl'Jt' tl'lit-( !; If : must t be withdrawn before any diWerj all. Il implies the responsibility of the General in every instance ofaction by Congress since ,.t :7!, .
the which to determine the Had they hot eluw! so t1 ir I ilm1--. \vnuid have I tout be admitted the date of the Missouri co'ril involving
of the House would soon arrest the progress career was dts'inJ t prucj.Je can or maintained.Hie Government for domestic e\51s, the : : '
'Ifour in the New World. Each ended) in; l.iilmc, : nd the nf their! achieirments i inn ant adherence thereto, northern men, with some i' :
of the bill if the discussion were continued, race State : i.oiy (n-opL not \ielded tlc..ir right r>f power to diI I with them. TV draw a distinction :
tli *y proposed that it shou! I be -losod at an was to govern its internal affairs in it; own ii: ittiri I t"; the ,t'i.'I.; .if o; eign h\I en- ;I M.ven-ujnty" and will tint. I pride, between Territories and States, does. honorable exceptions its hare arryP. themselves brenproved ;; ;..

early la,'. It is not true that the effort wa way, establish suclrrelations of society as it dence s'.i jM have\1..1 t\al! mrd 11'1 i i ii i JK! :.:.1 their! boat, and) their glory. But if tsigh' not avoid this, so far as advocates for pro against and binding that whenever the ": '<' .

one to "stifle debate. From the first they might deem most conducive to the welfare: of :shame of their ia-Iu'it.t4 goven themselves iiivolvi'iir! as it does the right to live hibiting slavery here are concerned, because question, again has arisen again touching, slavery south of ,;Jy'.;, ,' '";.

avowed a willingness to have the debate its people, and adopt and enforce rules for uidr: regulations and laws: of their own they or many of them, as earnestly as any. 36 30 the has not restrained the ''
prolonged to any reasonable time, if it rould 1 the control of pers'>ns and property suited to Let "s ismv Ui\e tli !-e groat: mm with clioic", be denied I by the action of Congress, avow their adherence to the doctrine that the of northern compromise Not .''J.i 't' ,
efforts '
contentwith
be done witho'it interfering with previous its own condition and r-hoice. But so far as theirv k tili: 'J..I.l t'j-Mi' ''i "ut wit u'Jt the! f' they Ire no longer the freemen they thought I people of tho Territories have the right to reg the restrictions aggression.imposed, and not willing .t;f"-;
held in embraced I veceial.i: 'n! z. ; t w'jich'! should! evermaik ; ilieuiselves. } under ulate their domestic *
orders, and without leaving the! bill undis they territory common, not "ttn\ They are brought subjection relations by their owndiscretion. to regard the privileges saved to southern citizens :, J
posed of. But how were tev met ? By a within the boundaries of any State, they for. ; .ur im-'i; "M 1 I d'g'! ) fortvri" I ., t.> a prmvr forciijn to them, and must It is true, they offer an interfe as free from attack, subject to no rutura Tei'::. -
pe-emptorj rejection of the offer from some bore the imposition of any terms defining the t t'tii'tv .\.w. in ti-! -' liUtory oft'w p *'jile for look to another! will than their own. rence with that right, but they always take I limitation, and often a majority of north. __$_ .,. '
of the opponents ofthe bill As often as i it Government which should prevail, or regula \vsi iti) i.iy I:ihrel' : I, :ald: s.irtVretl. arid saciilice'l. I- Now, what: i-. (the .Missouri: restriction ? It good cam to find some pretext in the view oi ern men, have many been found invariably opposing r'';" \
was repeated( it received the same haujrhtycourtsy ting the relations of persons and their rights 1 \\'btt seen do we witness Heretgain ( is the fiat; of the! Congress of the UnitedI II I which the mind will l become so absorbed as i this line as a finality. These things are proved :J '
of therein and f. i the ;ltIlni,1 li--tx\0'ii ihi'Sicti S'ittps that slavc-ry fchall! ti the main and in the blaze of .f
; until even one of ihose who was property only provided r 'I I bvforcrer prohibitednoith forget point, from the records Congress, and though ) !:_
acting with them was constrained to declare the management of that territory like other :t.I liee-iu-e of t.I\'I', is a-iiiivd, an thev anairavvd of :n-; :m'( Sup{>one tJ! i eviction which they but too successfully hido from theircnll.titlt'uts the effort was made by the gentlemen from hrff :I ,

ih it a course so unreasonable would render), propel t). of the United States, and that 1 itt I *. ajraitist taeh; utiier i.i hot I I anurrv, ( had: been ihti; sni 'ituous I lie'inrs: .hou'd' b(C.t the inconsistency they practice Ohio, [Mr. Ball,] they have not been and can '.:!' '
the objector liable to the charge of being could. admitted as a new State ; at which time ci i I fiOti one side the lessens (.f th.' past !i I tor-ver |1. ,>hib:tetl. noitli! of oti; :M(', will not' Ask them if they adm't: the right of the people not be successfully controverted; and while I .),t!14.

"factinUt ;" and others ol them deemed it t I taking an equal place with the other member? : ate unheeded. Tlie memory hI thc [>-iii-> j every: one :.dmit 1 that this wOlht have been of the Territories to govern themselves, and shall not repeat the evidence, I may safely '; :

doe to themselves disclaim any factious motives .t of the Confederacy., it would stand forth rUH.I, and i trials through wl.iel. tiieir: liheitics h<,t, an iiifiingi fncMit of the rights! of the people they will answer you yes; because looking speak of it as conclusively showing that until t
or (purposs. opted with full poweis of sovereignty like I: been tnatch'-d fml trap of trII. i(: there ? I Property in spirituous liquors and' to th,home tribunal, they dare not controvert m- now the Missouri line has never been regarded tir": ,
Sir, as to the fact whether there .; faction \ t lves, and could do and undo, make and I .L and through_ which also the( (_'('!. ;; I i proiM-rty in t-lmi-s., are 1-lt to bt determined. what i is there regarded as an inalienable by the North as endowed with any tb ;,
\ or not in the course adopted to defeatlthe unmako, ass it indep-ndent will might MI;.'-:( been thrown ovr J tliem as a ltlti; I.iot'. anil I regu'ated by the! simi- authority-!'he an I- I right But ask them if these same people\sanctity superior to that of other ordinary l leg1 f !( .

will of the majority, I am willing toleave'' jest. Up t that time, however, it was to be ay, to smother,jealousies and am! :,itious; pr'.- dimity of the fl'ojIgC'rill th-mselves:; Iml be ()permitted;; to dons. they please ..boutsla"cj 1 I islative regulations. Else why has she always h )' '
the country to determine upon the record.-1 the common domain of all ; and I submit |I tension" had faded away. Power Ill gi.'inted and Congress l rOll'S pri" : inter- they will! answer you no. nut the: cast her votes in utter disregard of" "1 1.''l' v f.
But whatever its decision on this point, I am that nowh'-re is any power given to enable was claimed for (," nyre! s, mnl the demand MieiMIer when i: attempts to curb that au'hor- ans\ will be given amid such burning appeals Sir, the honest explanation is, that she It.I'i; ;A. '
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very sure it would have little difficulty incoming I Congress to thwart the hope and purpose of; 'vehemently Ulrrl'c that a State shonl I iDid;. it not make'tilt. attempt in ordaining I- in behalf of persecuted. fellow-beings, it as she held all ether I laws, subject to repeal --;'h 1 .
; to the conclusion that gentlemen who : our fltu.'r: to form a fraternal and perpetual come into the Union shorn of a sacied rinht tILl' (perpetual prohibition of slzr'cry ?t- such glowing assertions of every man's rightto or modification at the pleasure of the body ;, ., .
were unable to decide bow to vote on a by'denying to thy citizens of one which Ilon"t'c to every u'ller-tlle right to HOW ml)miul: can escape the conclusion. lih.'rhand" such rousing denunciations of which enacted it. t1 H
motion to adjourn or to have a call of the of States, the privileges in that domain cass permitted regulate hem self her domiietkztrirs. and :that i I am UIrI. tl see. To sa)that the evils of slavery, that the contradiction will This was in effect conceded by the gentleman li J f. ; 6
House and therefore ,asked to be excused, to those of another class. Does not i l"ti tit inIS.! ''it \a l-gi Lti:2C:: : !lr ,- ) not &rip I Lbe l-'st' in the ferment thereby excited; and from Massachusetts [Mr. alley] when i:;'?

would never bereadv to vote on the Nebraska every one know that a proposition to delegate -I' Wi any man of tiU: d' Kansas bill, though discussion should last such a p( wer would have been rejected th" people of a Teritorr f"luiu.:1 con thaI"lS no such limitation. But (If f his reason, would be almost inducedto Stephens] he admitted that his State opposedthe ; r., i
till their constituents summoned them home. at once t or if seriously entertained would I ttitftion. the ( oimgi iefcS of the nilII th'- e\.tl if them e had been, it would ti: rer.tinI' suppose that they themselves did not perceive admission of Missouri une year after the "

The friends of the bill take this consolation have created a still more urgent necessity fur i! can interpose and dictate the rm'i.i"lls they I'I' unjustified, because Congress has no authot. it compromise, because she was unwilling to per ; ;.
from the extraordinary course pursuedby those invocations for the assistance of Ileav- I shall :adopt as to their domestic concerns ? t ty to make laws in derogation of tht privileges Let me not be misunderstood. I speak of mit slavery eouth ol 36 20 and by the gentleman '.fr, t
I its opponents. TLey find in it a tacit en, and its blessings upon the deliberations of'I l G rut this, and the hoveri-igiitv of the jn-ojile i of the citi/ens of different States withintJ this claim for the people of the Territories i inconnection from Maine [Mr Washburnl] when he said that tjl.l

admission that all the history, the logic and the convention, proposed in a trying hour I' of the/ new-born Sute wrouhrbe] but 1 mockery common Territories. merely with the views of those; the principle of the Missouri compromise was ., "i'":
the eloquence which have been hurled againstit the illustrious Franklin ? I) -her equality with other States hut nn empty !. I will be seen, then, that unle,s gentlemen who ndn.it it in words, but would practically. the restriction of slavery. While these views i p i..

from the Senate Chamber and from this Why sir, the debates of that convention name. Yet these were the rights, ful and are (piepared to repudiate, the doctrine of a deny it. My own view of the position of might in their minds have justified the North ,t1J "

Hall and all the protests and righteous indigo show that there was a warm between I complete, undoubtedly secured by Constitution self-governing power in the p"IIl and the those people recognizes their powers to regulate in disregarding the compromise as to territory f ni2 "
uation of thousands: of clergymen, leave the the northern then struggle and secured amid the strgugles and doctrine that the States are I in the domestic rights and rights of property south of the line, I ask what excuse they furnish -1-

people( yet unconvinced[ that the measure is a eastern States, or arid as the southeru commonly the called influence tbro's: to which I have aUtid t, a/ threatening the management of their domestic affairs, which have gone there, a rights existing i ii. her for disregarding it, jut were established i-, feei
monster of iniquity. More must be said, should as to to defeat the formition of our Union. they are obliged to admit that the Missouri by the sanction and protection of the Cnst- by a sacred compact, to the faithful observance :. i
more don The people Jtouat be plied with *.slavery I with the exercise in the (overnmen What became of these rights in the minds of restriction was wronglJ imposed. I driven tution of the United States, but not ot which both parties were bound'by ev. ;1 4l j
atilt other indueenjrnuujlo, wake from their agree gentleman from I those who were for refusing admission to to this is their duty ? To gate these. Thai, desired, cannot be done ery principle which appeals to integrity .good i.t1'; "
I eLhari y. May, not rxprees the beleif that Massachusetts the committee, [Mr. UPIIAM that ,] who J.-ist: addressed Missouri until she came without avery' thereby keep it there ? To hold it standing as. monument until they act in the sovereign capacity which faith and honor. It would require some juggling i ;i J.

icU labor it in ,vain,,, and that what remains struggle did exist denying to her people the pu\ili, .re to of the error and injustice of a prior calls into bing a new State. endowed withal to show that what is inviolable may yet f'
to be laid or don- wall I be no more successful ; but I must be permitted to difler with him judge for themselves what FhouU fIe her in Congress ? That would not be to act the the powers belonging to the older one?.--I he constantly rioalated without sEeding its :p i'tI
tha-i that already said and done. as to the ground upon which it existed, and I t.ralluJtJ I Disregarded and contemned part'1f statesmen, nor to exhibit the liberalL.I I cannot pause to argue this point, and 1 I character. This,however, is the idea of those .A ; ,
The bill i ill its relation to the question ofslavery. as to the conclusions which he drew from it. I have: controlled tin action of Christian sniiit which is not ashamed 1 to have only said thus much to guard agaiust I who justify past violations of the aI edged com- f.N

Reeks to declare the Missouri rettric- I do not find, in my reading of the history' of f Congress, Missouri would have come into the confess a fault'or retrace a course of error.I .I misapprehension.My. pact, and at the same time-present it to us now
Ii 'II I'' 1820 inoperative and void. What it that time, that the struggle &settled by a Union with her will thwarted: her rights over- I am sure if they would follow out to their .remarks a moment ago show, that by i as pure and holy thing to be touched by no j4
there in this to rouse the strong and indigo compromise t give the Northwestern Territory riddon, her sovereignty erascul1kti. the just views they entertainand I the same method certain gentlemen justify interference I sacrilegious hand.

nant protese.of gentlemen on this: fieor The t the free States and the slave reclamation I I understand the position o7 parties now consequences, they could not hesitate in their' with slavery in the Territories because Now sir, it is evident that the law preparatory .

prnpos'.iun( is a simqle one. It has no starling former clause to the southern States. The, representing every shade!, opinion) in ,thecountry support express of the objects of the IJi in its bear I' it is wrong they canjustify interferencewith to the admission ofMiuour into the Union
or extravagant features. It does no,, aim was roparded and treated as alreaay there are none hnt extreme ing upon the question at I fear the it in the Stats They will not acknowledge was never regarded by the Noith as ogreat.. "
to interfere with any man's rights privileges. concluded to and fixed,and the struggle! rehted I tionist who will deny to the people Ahof. misfortune is, their prejudices and the prejudices -' this; but it is nevertheless true. In the er sanctity than others laws. It'settled no ; q

It makes no distinction by which one citizei I Whet questions that yet remained to be settle.- States, or of tho Territories 8 of those they represent, wi not prmit' one case they see no terrors for the Union ; principle, it established no poHof. It.simply 4 t
was the compromise made in the \JCI foniu"State in the other they behold yawning before them drew an arbitrary line to mark the
is admitted to advantiges superior to those of I con ', the right to adopt them to examine and treat a ".bounda
a-iother. It imposes no limitation upon the vention at that time I think I can point to they please, in reference to slavery regulations 0and all they would any other involving the right of a dark and horrid abyss into which all must rite of slavery, which satisfied'neither party.
a very different one from that and when the first forward is taken. In I am unwilling to impute ,such '
liberty'of any human being. It does not even I whirl was other domestics relationThis is tho doctrine sanctioned, guarantied go step flagrant dishonesty
\Ai" the force of positive legislation. ,Its pointed to by the gentleman : :&. of non-intervention to which all property by the relogniz Yet I will not cease the one, they confide in the submissive spiritof to the North as can be dedcoed from 3-

whole purport and design J is to wipe from the should chusts be Southern men claimed that slaves, It is the principle which separates the aree.localfroni to reason with them. There is hope (or the the South for acquiescence ; in the other, her conduct, if her understanding of the measure .
IIt*tq .book an enactment which was passed I incadA in the enumeration of per this (;Jo.ioral Government, admitted by triumph a* long as its opponents wi they know that when the ro smite, its first were different aa is_now,alledged bj.her '
without sons upon was to be based the trot blow will such waters ofbitterness advocates. That the served
authority. and whl b( while| it put, the of apportionment many of the! opponents of the Nebraska.Kan- permit you press it teachings upon bring gushing for coaapromiM to.
Iran -xcWion Representative Northern men: be'correct' Jluthow this question JIB an discor a will desolate relieve our country in dangerous$ crisis, will
npon one section of the Con. > fcderacy, j-Ucod jn the hands of the other opposed this because as they urged, i would I ] li.t thi twas made to itiegarded -, Why should a .we .forbid to ga the fir republic which is now be admitted. That tt has ever since been looked .
; inridioll amoment give a preponderance to southern L Missouri from ( prevent one. I Becauseto the hope the glory of our western world toss an act i. oar history of more thanu
ilfUlIWt in our property
a place the
powe-r. Think of thifATnTr'SUte' a in the councils of the Union, which woul, her jteople.did) not taking first abolish Union, i new Territorel.with in-youropimon, And this it is which gives them courage in sual importance will be .admitted -Thatitin.pired'

utroy the equilibrium between the setf.tions. ira* kiunvj only'to be slavery.t Why""*' hed That proprty is cannot be sufficient the wilderness, .but makes them start back "certain degree'of reiteration will

-- ] world, ndeprn !tent of ,. The idea that seemed to prevail was We heu, however repudiated.have the foundation wrong for live and act under a compact aghast from the abodes of resolute freemen. also be admitted. But why fNot.,becanM".

themselves under a cwnruon, agreed Sovernmi-nt to unit. that the tendency of population was to the 1 the alleged : of 1820. of by; which you\ we, as well as yourselves. are Unlike Coriolanus, when marching t war for error l in human actioa was substituted the

They had all the pride of .eparnte "l"ica] slaveholding States, i invited there by the gre.i-. m-n et ktii roinpronrse to impose: term -upon Northern Missouri left to determine what shall or shall not b anon his own people, they shrink from knock ute of a higher wisdoa ; not beeaute any
t' richness and fertility of the soil and tint of ing great doctrine. of political phflaeopr was announced .'
communities, they bad jealousies -r "hicl), iet. now: bold they had th property within the jurisdiction our respec- -
clashing (interests, and oaeb had, th .v hvl in time not fur distant they,.wonld/icquiip the) iiUjioh-', .i,jd ;tban ViP iii.mi a consideration remote
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vi ::w51,jse'cuflar ,to'itself.I Even'the. lerv fu.luiue .. larger proportion of inhabitants. Hence til '|Lich; piohibite' l north of opinion. it is silenced by the bond to which But fright lb tn, ere p fur that human progrcfa-wac had, been defined; boa because, '
of the R"{ ,'( Jut'on, through Ktroggle. I was seen then, what is demonstmted 3GJ,30. Yes, sir, I*:, to slaver. are solemnly committed. The same by measure wrested fan:.
whth they that there 'f.\ authrtriry you claim and exer. There one class of men thbolduen I angry cloud the thunderbolt hich. dar
tad wis an is'.1 having
jmt passed, did not antgouii'ubtwOa not given tea 'y to violate* the' right and whichyou
terro to
fuse tUai ii. the eotionc oat of the in. Cons'ftlti pver we also cLmn : t the one hat they I 1 ed to cleave the Union ia t rain Ilth.ou
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.I'I< c1J kdJ icti'attfd 4hc sunlight of the I Ip m.-thod ( securing Dt'rpeTfta gpiei, a d tol ;pcrience. and eminent abilities of that gentle- dimming, Catting, John 0. Davis ftawroa, Diracy, State Convention- Northern Democrats who roUd for tu
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rL % Constitution, it H havo 1 : revealed some l''.ixe the freemen co.ning States to exer- mirv, 1 confess that I WAS humiliated though Dow lell. Dnnbnr, Dunham, Eddy, EdmuuJsoti John The corarnorucatkni below, calling in qooUoo the HebrasU lilL
>L Elliott. English, FauJtner, Florence, Good, Ore n, Tljc of the
I.< remedy much more to be c >mmemorated than ci, 't the right which freemen,everywhere else ivnt s-urprisco", tohear cucb charge from him. Greenwood, Gray, Hamilton. Santcoo W'. 11asth, expediency of the' Convention txpectcd to assemble names FoaTr-Fcc, Northern, Danoeji.who .
c: boasted It removed in the do what This idea also the the second Mon in July, a from the of voted for the Nebraska Bill d.*me *peAl
r lite compromise. a present country exercise. Iteeek; to was earnestly prensinl by Hcndrickj, Henn. Hibbard. Hill Htllycar. Houston, on Tjnergency, fkit was all. Tbe mUtako of both the tvro great parties in the Noith were gentleman! from Pennsylvania, [Mr. Grow,] Ingersoll. Oeo. W. Jones, J. Glineey Jones, Roland influential Duniomr, for whose opinion we always tioo ia the column of every Southern Ifcump

I toi ncting upon an arbitrary basis, ratherai.. said I lo have,endorsed in the com. romtses ol but coming from him it bore not the sting k JOWH, Kerr. Kidwell, Kurt, Lamb, Lao. Latham, entertain Uw highest regard. Cut while we agree Regardless of the threaU of prowriptloa at botmC

; upon principle, has e*tailed upon u* many seriom > 1850, and what il the qieslinu weie an original when coming from one of her own sons.If .- Letch, Maxwell r, Lilly,, LimHey May, John, MacdonaH G. Miller McDotignll., Smith Miller MeNaii -, with him in what is so well said relative to the eminent corning to bold their leata at the sacrifice of rWrttJju

; nrL'chksfs. one they became pledged to do iu the future. our noble South is to be charged with old, Mordecui Oliver, Orr, Packer, John Perkins, fitness of our present Representative, Hon. Mr tice-tbey noWj adhered tu the Comtitotlon of o

: But whatever Importauceor value of the Else of what virtue was: the pretended the resj>on'ibilily of an act which liecessilycniMruincd Phelps, Phillips. Powell Preeton,Ready,Reese. Rich- MAXWELL, we cannot coincide with him ia looking country and united with th. South I

adjustment, It was passed like other laws and cnd rsement of those comp oniisea, in 18.V2 I her to adopt, or else to submit anljn, Riddle, Robbins, Rowe, RutHn.Shannon.Sbw, upon the Convention as unnecessary. If no other feason restriction of 1820 usipei'atlv. sad vuj,"

.sei. 'can 46 Ireated fikn otht*r )laws. It has nolusher Did they mean to fay that what was u good tt> the alternative, which would inflict either Shower. Smith, Sinjleton.tSamDel C5eo. W. B.Smith,Wm.Frederick Smith,Wm.R. P.. could be urged, the very fact of usage would suffice, itided in removing an inridkta line of distim ,
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!j sanction, uor *ny greater force. The priuci4e| ofliherly for New Mexico and Utah the horrors tif a broken and convulsed Un- Stanton K II. SUnton.Sinyth Alextn Snodgrass.
.. 4er; North has rinrs Treated it s-inco within year might not be a good one l 1r other Territories ? oh). or a total denial by Congress of thef'right David Stuart, John J. Tnvlnr, Tweed Vail. Vanaant.WallriiJg portion of the party fr such a meeting,this region of the common territory. All bonvr to ti m

h1 : of its passage and we wiw mly ask that}, seal If But, apply the principle! to the bill underdis- privilege of a body of her sovereign people *.Walker,Waist, Warren.Westbrook.Witte, fact would lie in itself. But such i is not the case Their names ire a* follow: *

reprobation winch) she) has striven to ?fslamp CUSMOU. '1>hat id all we a>k. then about to form a State, lo keeper banish Dauiel B. Wright, UenJrick li. Wright, and Zollicotfer enough FKOH Cauroaxu-Marcus CL'Laflicm, j
If Convention not
understand the
is
: i upon it, maybe stamped upon it by the same When the northern people! have hushed the their slaves as they chose. If her gene -113.I we the matter, Dougal 2, .
which it form and din about their aml'come the NAYS-MESSRS. Ball, Bank, Bdchcr," Bennett, only generally expected but desired-first, because of
authority gave being. The ears, to see question concession in an emergency so try COXKECTICUT-Colio; M. Iogeron-l.lujsoi .
fteirth, finding it dishonored by those \voo* Forevd calmly in its true light, they will find ing is to he her voluntary net how Betyx, Benton, Bugg. Campbell, Carpenter Chandler immemorial custom, and secondly, that there may be
charged as Crocker, Outturn, Curtis, Thomas Davis, Dean, De renewed mutual *-WdHam Richardson, J me* C.Aflat
& and good
4 \ it upon her, prefers to go back to her original nothing in the removal of the Missouri restriction unwittingly did she commit herself to the Witt, Dick, Dickinson, Drum. Eastman, FJgerton. Ed interchange of opinion Willis AlIeo-3.

*hfcit right?, ann there Cjra
: )her* is a course ef! straightforward iiclion.b .- against tht< South. No, sir ; inctead of but to propose aggression upon her right, and Fancy, Fentoii, Flaglcr. FulKr, Oainblo; Oidclings, as Ocn. Jackson used to express it, reptetectirig the -
She fairVfally! observes the adjustment while} that picture of the seething caldron! sending she, rather than dissolve the ties in which are (Joodrich, Grow, Aaron Ilarlnn, Andrew J. Harhn, various sections of the common constituency. That Dunham, James H. Lane, The A. Ecndridu,J

I # ti :; It remains upon the statute-book, and only of. flit its burning foam, or cfmhp enraged volcano bound the best political! hopes <-f rrrin. has only Harrudi.Hunt, Johnson IIa
fers to disregard it when it la removed. The ejecting its destroying lava, which gentlemen to resist and resist, but finally to accept a IJndsley, Lyon. McColl.n-h. Mace, Matteson. May all. party, is unfortunately too true, and that our own his -I.MAIXK .

comparison of such conduct with that which here hold up to our gaze, they will proposition' for the sake of peace, which yields Meacbun, Middleswarth, Milsow, Morgan, ta ris'n. tory ae a party in Florida is not without instance of; -Moees McDonald-1.MICHIOAM .

.. exhorts to good faith, while constantly violatiag prefer show a picture of the North with something, though not nil that is demanded. Murray, Nichols Noble. Norton. Andrew Oliver, the sort is obliged to b* admitted. Nevertheless, -David Stuart; Samuel Clark! -4.Nrw .

I S *7* *I T;*' "S8A&HW S-''"* it, is one which can bring no blush of figures and colors of a very different character. Then, she is lo be held to it as an act 'imposed' Pratt hirkcr.('riugle.Peck, Peekham Puryear,,David Peniiint Ritchie.on. Bislmp Thomas Perkinp.Kitehoy these rzcrptlon do not, in our judgment, furnish a JcaMfT' Samuel Lilly, George Vail-2.Nrw .

C shame upon live cheeks of Us eons. They will prefer the pleasant sunshine by hersein Sir I tru' t her life-blood is Rogers. Russell Sabiu, Sajje. Sapp, Seymour-, reason why the proposed meeting should not take HAMrttHitE-Harry Hihbaru.-1.

w o5 v'w Mr. Chairman, this cry to us to keep the of a peaceful and quiet scene, where no mark not to be drawn fiom, h'-r by arty such pioce.- Sittiion Skelton. Gcrrit Smith. Hestor L. Stevens, place. The objections to Mr. Maxwell, if there be objections Nrw TOM-T. W. Cumming. Wm. M*Tweed.W,

?lWh> *-\ plighted faith, as it. comes from the lips of violence displays itself; where the busy as this, and herself held rosM| >ngihlt as for n Stratton. Andrew Stuart, John I,. Taylor, Nathaniel cannot be of sufficient weight to prevent his A. Walker, T. It. Wertbrook.Juhu J. Taylor, PeUf

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; were pretense. I owe too much of where contented industry will that the South hut o11 red W'Mley, Washburuo, Israel Washburn, Wrello.Ventwortlj B. Cutting, (Hard*,)- 9.Ouio .
respect to vengeance ; repeat never to \ Tappan Wentworth, Wheeler and Yates we are sure, to involve no principle, and hence we
,l all here to say that it is mere pretense but iffeas not leave its shops and its fields to follow the touch any right which would interfere with the -100. cannot be brought to believe that an able, faithful ant -David T. Disney, F. W. Green, E. B. Old*

.l, ; a twang that way which must strike ev. beckonings which lead to strife in the homes progress or stability of the country. If the The bill having been amended in the House bv deserving Representative, as that gentleman has confessedly Wilson Shannon-4.PJCNXSTLTAXU .-

try one. Suppose you find those gentlemen others afar offj and where the freedom they conduct of the North has been different, if she striking out the Clayton amendment, baa yet to shown himself to be, will be causelessly set -.Thomas :B. Flortnc*.Joba RobbWJr

;, c2 rr' whenthe Either of the compromise, of 1833hiraelfproposed enjoy, restrained only by the prudent checks has attempted a control ofproporty not within the ordeal of the Senate. It was sent to that body pass on aside, and the party again incur all the haaards of division Wm. H. Witte, John Mdiafr.B.A.BridgA.OW

,$ that the tame authority wh'ch themselves impose, is all the more satisfactory her jurisdiction, and from this alone has arisen the 23J, and came up in Committee of the Whole on and humiliating defeat The experience furnished tian W. Straub, H.R Wright,Ass Packer, wmni 4
t : it should repeal it and because there is also the harmony that the onward H.Kurtz John L. Dawson J. JonesTLii .
passed applauding sus- prevailing danger may arrest course ot! the following day,w lien Mr. Pearce of Maryland moved by the Convention to which our correspondent Glancj ]].
taming the proposition. That compromise which beautifies and en icbles life.- the American people, will she not yet, al the Tomx-44
re-iusertioii
of the provision voted out by the refeis, \\as purchased nt too great a coat, it would
p.i J' brought' healing in its wing*, and saved the Will not this be a more attractive picture ?- though the Rubicon, be crossed, pause and re House. Mr. Toombs said he hoped that the friend of &eein to us, to be repented a second time. brilliant array of name is the more itrikint;

4.c rL.4: : Union in another ciisis of awful portent. The Sir, he who satisfies me the former will beprefeired lent, pause and return, satisfied to exert al' the bill would from the fact that J OT A SINGLZ NoiTfenx air,,*
not endanger the great principle We have felt it incumbent ou us to this much,
contained say
only dillereace as to acredne between that ) satisfies me that triere is in th* her vast energies and her proud accomplishrrents TIP WITH THEM I OnE of fifty WL5g Repru.ntaj,
in it ,
by inin.'ting tij>on amendment n>d that the portion of the Floridian be distinctly
propo may
and the furmer, which we now to heart of this opposition a feeling itrcconcilible in and
propose re maintaining advancing the common from the free State. not found
by M-. Pearce Mr. Atchinsoti nnd one was willing to acknowledge
coneuired with the r>tood. We are in favor of the Convention and
,4' *; peal, ts, that the former ha* been repeatedly with! the safety of the Union ; nnd though interests, welfare, dignitj, anal honor ol Senator from While he Lad of the by his vote the rigbt of the South to 14
Georgia. not changed nomination of Mr. Maxwell. We believe
violated, the latter, :ieter until its ripeaI !.- the bill should not piss, and the pretext it the whole Republic. It is this for which we with the North in
his opinion as to the policy of the amendment, he that tli.s Utttr is due to that and the equal participation enjojiug tbs
yet step gentleman
D i gentlemen! say that, in propoition as one furnishes be now withdrawn, yet that fooling poak. Il is i his which will restore peace am! Territories of the Union 1 Can the South
I pniy disregard? a solemn? compact, there i iciva'ted is will burst forth in its own time, to wreak its .irmony, and this which will leave a free and would give it up in order to save the bill. He would great mass of the democratic party. Notwithstanding desire amore
vote for this bill, with not only but thousand if it" shall be found in Convention significant demonstration as to which of the tw
one,
V additional(! obligations on the other to 1 fell; I I purpose nfdestrwlion upon; our beautiful happy career for us all.Ve ask no more. cue a fairly organized
4 obnoxious features in it, in order to repeal and! aloii-h that there objections fundamental great parties In the worth ia thri most reliable on tU
Maintain it ? Hut again) :- land. Then will be verified, the sad foro- are involving -
Suppose you find- thc e same gentlemen, bodings of South Carolina's great but too that infamous restriction commonly known us the Misoini points against his re nomination, we need hardly sectional qnestion f or can oter people, on an parties,

't. 'Li ."i:: % lien the South claims: ; the enforcement of a much unheeded, page, Mr.l Calhoun. If that fi.ori'ian' 0nnial.TALLAHASSEE j Compromise. say that this journal will as ever battle ardently for long hesitate as between which of the two to cboostt

1i1i; compact, fundament,, : in its character and( of (lay i.s to come let us have it.- lurid dawn upon t As the amendment originally received but two majority whoever the Convection in iU wisdom shall see proper We should think not. With tota etidene* before
'f :* Lave in the Senate, there is but little doubt of the to select them, a* is presented io the vote of the Nebraska Bill
>5.'vr : $r higher authority than any congressional us now ; if not to come, let us the acquiescence -
of the
thorough rottenness of the Kortbera
J -vprJiStiV'A enactment, refusing by their voles, to gram pledge to that effect, by finning{ in the ps: : of that body in the action of the House. -0-' wjbg o j
their it be
> ( it. DM any who now express abhorrence sage of this bill, what was denied by the Mis -- --- -oTriumph -- FOR; THE FLORIDIAX ASD JOUSNAI.Jr. own party, can possible that 8outi r

y i *tft8> ,. that rude violence isabout to be done to plightI'd cou i resirh i i lion, that slavery, except where in the Senate Whigs will refute to ally themselves in a close joliiL-
II- ?>- Satnrdny, Jimc t K, 18.51.TERMS. Editor :-I notice in the Flcndian of last Saturday cal bond with the sound and reliable NvrtheroDei&o-
4 tVj'.h, eo act upon the fugitive bill of 1950 1 the Constitution- specifically so *ni'htriz'' --. Since the above was in type-, news of the passage
t0'r.r.'.t" ... Let the record? epeak ; it i is not fist! me toexp !forms no proper subject of congre sior.alillation. bg. of the full' through the Senate has been received. It week, the proceeding of a democratic meeting racy t Such a union it is njaiuiely the kittreit aorf
.-Tl.n'c D..llar6 per annum if pan! in I hel/ in Alachua county, for the purpose of calling a duty of the entire South to eoMucumau* for
; AC them. Sir, when you remember the i-lvam-o: ?? 50 I it'jmu: ] \\ithin six nvi.tlst.f I 1e tinncf pasted on the 2Mb. by a vote '>f 25 to 13, the Clayton Democratic State Convention byfr,
r ;: facts be not astonished th.it: we marvel a lit- I can say only a fw words more, *ir ; l 1iV' j 8iib rril'in :nn.! 1 Cti> :.t tl.o tita1 l Of the vez.r. Ail Amendment having been voted down by 7 yeas to 41 to nominate a candidate and by il ouly. ran the Gorerniuent be succvsdt

j. ; tie attho nen-.born zs-al for the observance of if time permitted, although 1 deprecate! anpartisMti \ i' rcrti ia'ununt'. ()n.: .J Dollar pfrsfjTUjpnf I lilii'rjfor first aya. The yen* and nays were as follows : for Congress. This being a recommendation from a preserved from falling iuto tie bands of the ggsa.

I., compacts which I is now witnessed.I view of this question I enIul4hnatural'y h.nv at.il! lifty Ci-n' f-T nil nlK -.- uf nt ir.srrtir.nn. Ai- YEAS-Mtr r'. Atrhiton. fladger. Benjamin, Brod- portion of our democratic friends, is entitled to respectful tic party of freedom" wlkb tie tben.ics v( pacv are

r will admit that thii bad faith! of others will how the effut t to in'erfere with !>la-j i ixiit'iowivi.N: ol" <* autdidal 's. Tivf- T) -I'arfla4I] ,aIr.1yR fiend, Browu, iiter! Ca', Clay, Dawsou, Dotsjjla, consideration, and 5 is a subject that should be busily engaged in forming.Analysis ;
I ,. | I to l a.t' pii-i :n fl.IVIfl! (o. J.iri..tis. 01 in.ary amlM.iriia Kitzpatri, Owifi. Hunter, Johnson Jones, of Iowa canvassed! hy the party at large. Permit me, therefore
t* not justify bad faith with 113. What I hate very llows from the errrneous( \iews of the iXt,ti v tioK-xoofdini t 12 linvs itt be p-ililMn-d ,

I fV ., p, said., after! showing that :n fact no faith i is inv Con-titutioiT, and r.f the powers it i\esti> I iritU. J;;-::' ei tjfie&trp; of tie, 'a pt>l>Iicati<>nr>f&>.. Jones of, Pcttit.Ttincsee Pratt, 3Iallory, Rush. ,Scbtt Mn on ian, .Morton.Sli.Jell, Stuart.Thrinrsoii NorrU.IVane .. to occupy a short space in your columns for the of the Nebraska Vote.

} :.i. >lved difll'rent from that which attache* tonl'nary > C' ng es, agi inst which t the dome-rra'ie pa My t1e or legal notices aif any il( -
.. :' 4 laws, was initnded i ii> confirm tlii has always fought air! from which ha prnceedetl jntil tl ii-Jrorlisini; fee i is paid. To-mU. Ttiitey, VellerViflianis, and 'aVniglmt-5. of that nietting. and of attempting to show that there a i aua'y is of the vote on the Nebraska Dill,which wrepublub

;. : view by tho conlrnctjon which noilhern, m-n every act of Cord,ess that threatened, NAYS-Me' rs. Allen. Bell Cha-e, Clayton. FHi.Foot. is or ought to be no existing necessity for the a&semb'linK as a matter of interest to our readers:

I h j. ..: themselves have placed upon it by their prac; any disturbance of the Union. The li'' eial Stafe Convention-Icon County. \Valker-U3.. Gilctte, llxmliu. ,James, Seward. Sumner, Wade, of a Convention, which is a heavy tn upon the AFrtBMATITE.

:' 'f : tice. There can be but two opinious on ill \\ and extensive powers claimed for Congress b\ W urc upon the Ditn. a-ncy tliroiijjbout tin*State titae, comports and convenience of our friends iu distant Democrats from the Northern State.* ...i .... ..44

: t >' f l"ad, nnlcff upon the eup;>o-ilion that: tin- the epoin party would authorize almost any prompt and l eflK-ient vcps towards r.btaiMng a full! When classified, the vote shows the following result portions of the State, but t<> which they will erer Democrats from the Southern States. ...... 5
:
:- : S'uti! was understood as haing had the weak pa-ure, however unjuit' which it might quit repret.ntatiun i hi: th diigre. i>!>iial Convention x.n t cheerfully submit when the necessity exist It is Whigs from tbt Northern State....... .. .. .. ...
h ; Whigs from tLe Southern State .. ..
........H
..4 V. nI s3 and folly to accept a compact by which the n.njoiity to adopt. Hernia 1 the roo' <'ft lie to n*.- >inble at Madiscn. If as angijrKto l :n this AFFIRMATIVE.Northern sometimes necessary to assemble ia convention the
Democrats. ... . ... .. ... .
all north of hO 3o() and left evil .14 of the for the of
ihn lost all I then representative
it desi ne'l bold party
:. south ; though am eorry to say ; ypiing; 1'iint, it ,' to thcConTfution on the ? k Southern Democrat,. .. ... .. ... ... .12
;i ir vf that to the mercy of future Congresses ; a SIt i) with tin* nviin: stem many shoots thatHinm JIu i-l.iy 5a July, there is evidently no time to be Southern Vbigs..9 i ration, and f r the purpose of ascertaining local prtlerences .

:. :;: :r; pretty compact surely, yielding hall'iVr rights their origin from Democratic M-il. Hut I IniuI Juuf. Spenly action Ls tiiuM on). Anal hero again we and prejudices, defining principles and bihigiruforwa Democrat from tie Jfortbem State*... ... 4|

,, .. ad1.vingthchauds of her opponents, the ibiegoa full viexvofthis poi'i' and pass toi earnestly cipTtMtliKLoji! *' that fffr.y Couiily will i bem 35NEOATITE. >d the proper standard bearer to defend or Democrats from the Southern States ...........J

.$ .:: :4i Wronger pirly, the weapon which might funejrom Conclusion.: I do fitjix'isb.to| he n'lder'to, l laa ail 1\vitJi} a rt-pi 'ntatka. It k a wimrr.on cause carry out those principles, but such, I humbly conceive, Whig Whigs from from the tie Northern Southern State State**........... ....III.1.1lOtt 4$

I t; her theoiLer Iialf. If s'ich vvre h.Tr.r.\ \ xpproxing the bill! from J'l" S.-nnte in ai! fin.l .1 o-iintii.'ii ii.tcuft M.i-t.ld b Alt We know it Northern Democrats. ... ... ... .. ... .4 is Dot the condition of things at this time. Such a neecssity -
\\vil Northern \\ Liiri. ... ... .. ... .. ... .
5
p-jse and agr.ni ;t. the. North d.ic int'lp.rins in 1Lji'q! : iiion| the quevl! tti 1 h.x-c !i -rt 'i will l be It-it of the but would ,xistf\ fur instance, the present incumbent -
a bisiy: h'ji'oti year certainly Sonil.ern Whig-.. . ... .. ... ... ... .2 ABSE.vrtI3
; her int corur.J! Mv iimir\s h.ivi l t. dflfi'Il AXD THOSE KOT
; la imp.ag; : < >esi, lor : cu-ing. e(* i ;! in"h" tlifjc :ir<- ti 'ie ii: each County wlw will! iifrgaril! the Abolitiuiiieta..2 was a whig, as was the case at the time of the VOTIXO.

1si: f,, like that would undoubtedly have proved her : general quv ti'>:>. I In ref'-'ifiiee to SHI-MI I ;!. H: ciifr > reriiii] .*I. >I. tit of tine an cmofurt, for tie asssir.blir'g of our last convention, or if the national Democrat Democrats from the Northern States..5

incompetent to manag": th"ti) !b'Mvel '. 1i' nts or ;piovisi i, it j is; ITO; er far m i to R wof f the gI'iii( \ to 1 tM; a(Ciji1iLt'Jit ? were \\ luirs from the Northern Stati..4[
vL... I conclude on this br.uich of Jhfl $.31jCt} xvhiJe I prc'erlli I ;; ClixN-n aim-u-lm-n; ? n, his bfn ii;; stf.l that when Ixvj County This vote, like the one in the Hou'e, does not show about to avertible! for the purpose of fixirg a "platform Whig* from the Southern S.ate ... ..i.....]..J4[

tat! the o'ljccliua tt( the bill! on thn PCI.IO u| .ud t tii-j!, Uii'J;er prvi- oou'ftle! l il! I-hni! i ir.Aa4 up i.
g.u>.l :atlh i is un'eiuble.! not mtk: then* nc<:--% *ary Co..dilio fth" that we meet in conrention for the of
.t an A* > rnbly tii-Lct ta )be t-tppiitcd 1 in the purpose
i. .: IIa\ing co% *iili rp'l the inniii Teaii,; upon -!'ippoit I lam rea-I to ;gixv ft.I t 4.:4! c-ti"ti. 't like the coin Speech of Mr.Maxwell on the Nebraska BillWo selecting a candidate; from the great body of our part,

: it ; which the bill! is oi! n'sedt' o .ritfly fi I'eciiri'i rig :tga: i'i i to I the jjent'eunn fr m Maiiicl.ux'tts. i; j i us<> ;I lin' I) *.i i : 'rJi* .' <'"u./J-u .* --ti 1.,<.ii cui-i, mul l.-rati.-ti.prc cnt it. publish in th> FlrriiK-in' t. -4lay, the speech of of dcfiriJp our principle*. Committing their defence to Appointment by the Pre'sident,
tic J an! .itljf r, whic'i' rcatL4.N! ,nr>* mi'h topriiiciple \J i i' I tin'' l he \ y r > -- By aitdirit/t the oaVce
r : j [ r. Uplntn ] ttiiv A'i'i if ; !.illowo-l the Hon. A. 11 MAXWELL! delivered! by him in theIbuC his hands and committirjf, as ftras possible, the prrtyt eutdcuntmt cf tht Senmt
ij'U w.nns u ..j'c ii< > the ICth the of
.. v.'f.ilii nnit-iiii lb.it tlu I on ut.on, Nfbraka-Kan qu9tiin. his support through the pledge of its delegates Florida,to Le charge daflaJwrf -
< > t ml i
ii i
looks the cfi't lh tnin J .f sl.e) < IiU'i'Jre 1 ih i .1' f eh'f i it titi.rJ'iyiiilljt! presfiitni'intb. -
to on public : .iic : -) > f
t. y.ii t Jmif. tb 24th Tint gHitlrinaij'a c : of the bill rather Sinn, its i-J.j fir-.iu \n'tie-in l"ni' j ( ) f .iuy. v\nl [ (.llitpl be asp
( to .t t 1..v.is m ii. :IM-
: pass ag pi ope i the
only an nl-le! but an tJ< 'juotit vlnd'catlon of the pria. ui.Te.ent is the state of things at present These duties place of William H. Bus U. declined.
merits. (;Jeiitlcni'Mi lell us that if it be jMrsd >!.<\t ihiry-thtvc! v.irs: itf (. <';. t'r' *.1!i .' .,-ii j l u tim', as any: ftlivr for the (Cout-ty Cuurention!
a.st.zi.be.! civIc of the bill ami of thy right of the South to an were performed, and well performed, two William W. H. Davis,of the Territory of New Mex*
..i ,-'. the agitation of the tJdvety qiiivtiou nillbo ,MiicMon: was adoptcil. ni'l:i I ju>t thin ly thr< < to yearn
-rs. qual i-njoymtut with the Not th of the common terri since. We then assembled, defined our principles IOU, to be secretary of said Tetritory, from and after1"
4 fearfully increased, ami tn.ty lead; to a train, years alter tint the l'ret.n! <*f the UnitedSlates -
tory. Wa-liiugtuu Unian of the 20th copi-.s Lie constructed our j'latrm, and with entire the first day of Auguat next, ia the of Wto.3
i place
We hi'Iebt'il t.i unanimity
rien.itor M .
are itr f..r J
ihat tin-
V., i of events disastrous beyond all former precedent. pioclnini'vl fio-n I this C-ip tol t >n public < ctj"ifnt. -
4 i ., ami to .>rHii! ! 't. Such piedictions have been heard be4 tuibiu qu' 4.1 !I.. the We print in our to-day the late speech made it. He answered our call, abandoned the ease and -
fore, but our country survives an-1 pio )ers as ; but how afli1'4 lhit: ple.i iR lwhieh t.tev.; ; fpcfcli; (aVe -pcnM'.n i/tl.ij NeUralityI pajwr Death
though no signs had been seen to call them takes these a >igiifcMit! cI,iceIel., I '1',. Mr. Iiii.ar... 11 <-f C''xia'ieit ffc Sire ftl--> lay Mr. Maxwell! ii tl>,r Hou-e of Reprtseutatives OR comforts of home, sacrificed the emolument of a lucrative The of an Editor.

: forth. Popular prejudices may fir a limo en- lieu hi! corner to remember:, lint the v mnr< ,!,,aiPr <.b1i'jti'it>> fur n c-pv; -f hj iruiarks: 5 Ia tic the Nt braski: Lil1. He 13 one ofthe young mcnjl
gender popular futy, and liihi wrought passion mive to \\ Inch the Presirnt! :illide: .ti'l l which | H'.uil on nia, duty! af tbii (>vcniiniit t.. iiHt>t i.p'ti of tbe body, and! on of that gallant band! of sterling old and oft drfenUd Banner Democracy, he gallantly us draped mourning for the death of TLoaoa*Ritchie,
Jr., an associate editor an&
.1 sway the multitude. Hut where tin: oy) i he way, had not this o'il l fi,rtuv: iii tin I alit tin) ; frve loin tf( tbe ci*.-ii; iathtr! M r h, tiit! ftteilt \oimg ik-ni(>cr.iT4 i ow in Congm-a wbo hate contributtil gave it tu the breeze, flaunted it in the face of an proprietor of that valuable

right is', there public conviction will uliimate., place: th'! g"ntlemin's clnrmelce, '! had make frv g..i.al.l ." FO much d-jrituf the prcsint Ftssion to ilovatc tie iuvinciblc! opponent and! heretofore united and triumj'hant journaL Mr.Pryor,one of tbe remaining editor*,p/*
to the of the deceased
ly settle, despite the efforts of agitator andffl .1 ch iracter an J p'.irp 'i.e to'ally .1 l flt-reiit from' character of the House of Iteprrstntativvs,and to give party, wiuiing victory upon almost every field, tribute memory 'a feeling tod Jos'

the fears of patriots to the contrary. It can.: tile two proeerdinji) acts. Sir, t%" grouping; ofhi The Nebraska Bill Triumphant confidence! to the nascs of our party in its continued F and Ciially fixing the seal of triumph on the effort.F .-

JT: '. Mot but prove so in Ibis ease. Thrre is a '>S" historical facts in th" mod hech'i-ein- Tlic Ctrfl'kiIKti'l&* I.i'l !,iu at lii>t fii5seaI the a'CcnJancy. Mr. Ma\well'! s.fCh[ is characterized by No new political issues-have since been made between The Milton (West Florida) Courier Las ceased to

soundness and sturdinoes in the American tea-l of pres-entiiig to my mind the nugu-i II.'ue (>f Hi-pies*r.Uitivf*. Tiie li.i.il vule wa taVi- a d.-nrne61, force, and eloquincc whic-Ji are admli ably himself and the party whose principles Le wa put exist. It departed this life on the 23d alt Tbe editor

mind which w may hope wUl!l guard it against march of one great principle thrmiih --erie--: 1(1 M'.n lay ni ht.J2.1 tilt, amidst the greatest escitfimnt combined with a spirit < f liberality and nationality of!j forward tu represent. He has, as far as I have been indites a valedictory full humork which eonlains

1 *!11 1 assaults evil.brewers, and storm-kings. of elcchis,4presentel the iir.M :in.l hhrla -i an.l xuUuti! ii <>f iu ruppoiters. llm i bill sis 44'uitifllcflt that cannot! but make an iinpresfion up.n I able to irce, been a fcithful, able, and working repre this
paragraph :
4';; /t must be admitted that at present the eicrit fraternally reaching aro s ih* 'He of ti>n pa** mostaiitially tlio fame as t'x' ; S nnt b'll.ith uiprejutli'al! mliiJ We commend his speech to special -' sent alive. He bus deserted no principle which be was To the w bigs of this who left vitboui -
are now
are unfavorable. The course of events s'nce that separated I them, to join' h-giiler) iffxtinfnjt.hing *' the Ol.iyti'ii >itiiui.liiu-nt, t-triilcnuut.? A" it nnw atteutioii." expected to defend, and it can hardly be necessary a voice, we would say county-Stand fast in the Faith

the Nebraska bill was brought into Congress, the vicious !ifi- I the I\' s. Ii t i rveninj hi and, *, the provision i>latinj; to the iunliticution cfvntei" at 'I 1 i 4 caily .':m\, t) call him before a cxnvrtion of and not act like simpletons, a* we have know many

; :" proves that notwithstanding the boasted pad. ;. And I do not duii'it' l.ui HIM' t-! liof |firh: linn: Fugitive Slave Riot in Boston.A the party to have 1m unimpeached political integrity of you to do; just toe your party lines, and I 1t no

Coition of 1850, there is still au unhealthy tho gentleman's closing! scene will b.* i(< iri'l See. 5. And l>f it fwlttir tnncltd. That every free Runt t rcccrred in Boston on the 2
s nrimeirt among tie northern pnle; which redeeming any pledge thnt may have been ; wliite n.ale iiilt.ibitant above the uig* of twrnivonejeai out of the arrest of a fugitive slave named Barnes. which two years since K so freely and satisfactorily of even a village if the conxtahle'a interest at stake election i is-no take more care than of the UM small issue

rf sista te proper correctives, asid which, if drawn (from his language: on yonder |lwrtic.P ; \vlioiM I be an actual res-itUiit i>raM Territory The i-row.l. uittler the lead nf Weudu'I and
elections and the
: the Philips me!. He still carries the endorsement of tbe part, great ones will take care of thtm-
$ inflamed, may spread wide its noxious infection. and that, ifthi 'hi'.l. I e s'Mitto him. he will :,if j I M'IIK'a| it
: Yet I would fain foli ve this gives no 'irm hi* declaration: of principles; li> Hpproinrit ; Hiul t-'iall' l/e eli-ibh-! any < fiicnithin the t\U Territor the nrgrt'$ was tonfiiifd, but, the police succeeded in itidually! expensive forms of a conventional for Congressman at the ensuing election; it ie the opio*-
; indication of the sober thought of the I renomina ion of an expiring editor that L* cannot be elected by
I
not authority
ma. p"ik(
by mi'y of
rue kpeakxhtT the volt-is
but iju.ililleatoii8 and ofoiHco
; mi I } beating them off and arresting 8 or 10 of the ring leader ioo, it would be but that the thing should combination of eirenmaaoees lor .
proper possible an uaaomoaa -
jority. The sound of Abolition irutnpcM, and I believe. uIl; l what the history ijf a true tout at nil tubm-ijuc election,shall tx> ouch as hall any
_ I *. In the conflict the Ir1uty| U. S. Marshal was be 'l"ne by the spontaneous acclamation of the combination of the whig in his favor*ia simplympossible.
i the fury of Free-Soil uproar, have 'tiiuin-d, and ever faithful, ever M>adla>t, aiidV T devoted I I' weoeriI.eaI IA Uie Lrgithitie A"iiibly! : J'rov'Je, party The gentleman whom think ia
That: th tight ofbiifait e ami of b-iMiu, j.ffiee sluillbe shut dead. The next morning, the examination of the fiotn their bomc This would be a well done," many muss
oiisleJ many ; andtbe'echo given by clergymen to his entire i country, teaches me to I believe.Mr. likely to draw a strung vote i is be whose name may
exrciMMl onlv bv citizi-hs of the United States, fugitive was resumed. We quote from a despatch which could uot fail to inspire bun with renewed xea''
who ought to be i grave and truthful, hnsprotitutt Chairmiii,,, there is to lie mt or in the ,IIj] UK>'O xv ho ehaU( have declared on outh their intention : M found af the bead of our columns" la to.dsy'siasne,
; I.I/ECO.NU DI-l'ATCH.] and and constitute deserved tribute to the Hon. DAVID WALKER.
d the eacreJ desk to the extension future end ofihis cnntv shah industry, a
i some slavery tivvrsy. to bccmn ivcli, iiiiJ! have taken an oath to
'l Jecq>tire and exciting clamor. That the On u'ay or another it tiiil-I etiti. The' bod\ sii|)|>ort the Coiialitution af the Unitetl Suttee and the BOSTON May 27. ability with which be baa served the State If it will be any consolation to oar ex-brota, wis

'I people, might have been better satisfied if he politic cannot always bear the hock of such pni ioiw of this act: AnJ provided fui tkei, Tltfit nooliior The examination of the fugitive slave, Barnes, still Aside from considerations like these, the past his appears so unbelieving in his notion about a**cosaW1

.-. 3q.. present question had not been raised, and convuUioiH as it produces* Why should! i'' soldier ncitnian, or inaniie, or other person in contmiw amidst arrested.intouie excitement. Several more tory ef our party in Florida should furnish an eloquent nation 'of circumstance favorable to the death.of
been A detachment
r the Army < r Xy of th<* Unit-il State*, or attached rioters hive of the U.
} i4:. "hat they would have iM-efcrml that we sLould last ? To benefit or raise thes-la t No nri'xvho to tni >j in the *
4 I P t'4$ :lot he AliiKoari reRtriction remain untouched reads history unit) le'jards: facts can :it allowed to vote or bold oflk'e ia Baiil Tenitory by reas.yn court banis. parading the passage ways. The multitude of conventions. They sometimes fail to carry here 'that that gentleman ia expected soca f.fe

r* vnry probable, for this woald have Huiio-1 t this day beliei't that this xvill be the reMilt.To .- i.f bciii/cn seRvice Uicreiu. outsiale continues to increase. out the wishes of the party, and when they Ml under publicly anoounctid as a candidate for the Genet al

- t. *i.IiJtnown aversion to slavery.: But wlu-n prevent the spread ol whal: gentlemen are This section relative to ununlurali/cd Aligners ia The M.iynr J. V. C. Smith, had ordered the Riot the it.iluence and control of politicians who are often Assembly from Leon County. Indeed, we Lays
Act to be reaL The whole city is uuder intense
; I ) J': they have learned, ai they will learn, that pleased to call I an evil ? Why, wir, though itxvere. said to be in exact accordance with the exanp'e furS cit ement. ex to be found there, the result i ii to be deplored MrBroektnbrougn heard it said that be is already eat.bUt We 'eannot

itt' t' t'f.rt parnbi" in removing the restriction is, not aceurse.d a* the leper, you have sivm it imbed in the laws fiainin-j the IVrrit-.rits of Wcsbingtnn. [THIRD DIST'ATcv.l] some years since, like Mr. Maxwell Touch for the truth of the rumor.IFWSISTC MC ThOU

,.ti & to propagate; slavey, not to use the powers of rights in the common hou-di"! I asid thero remains Utah ami New ilrxico. Bosvo ;. May-27,12 J, P.M. succeeded in defeating Vr. Cabell before the people statement of the fact io ao/of tke papeia of the city

.iii. ( 'ri3s to extend slavery, not to confer( any no privilege to curUil: lie.! hiln 'hex OKipraUiIatt-*- the country upon the pae. age of James Batclwhler was the United Stafes Deputy and in the midst of the able and satisfactory discharge"of Ai to Mr. Walker-why y.* we La,. notbb; to

,,1 )pcuiar favor upon the South, but to confirm are unrevoked. Yet, th"h> 4"'|!vt'<. this Mil. To I the South it ii it tjiiHiiph pregnant with Marshal sliot He leave a family who were dopeodent his duties, was thrown aside by the Suwannee Convention say r but it ia our private oprnkm that the Democracy

_;V 'tnd cslubluhtfaa doctrine and policy that Con ostensibly, lo be gained by t tl 1.1"i 1 hi t.r ('ontMixersy. h.iKj| f..r the futun-it i is a vit.tv i'f right over wrong, upon him far support contrary to the wishes of the party a* I believed would as soon beat bini as anybody else. Mr. W. w

ge shall not' usurp the privilege of the peo.Is Sir, it should be rh ,...l l nv Tin-* principle! over pr juukv. That its vlT-ot will be the Tlw entire witch police force of the city are on ln- -, and another put forward a* a. "compromttS doubtles a great (avvrite with th xtr tu. Wests ,

t...',,- to determine the character of their own intitutoa& United, States have before them: b'Minln-- tiltiinato: ttt-torutwu ( f quiet throughout the length ty.Infantry The, tinder Independent Capt C.Cadet O. Rogers, and, the are Boston quartwrwl Light at candidate. The result was that the whig party rook it was his Tote that gftv Jhem a Senator iu ib peram -.

I they cannot but approve and sui- prospect . question was betiest

tain the act. When they hav learned that for the improvement and '!'* ,n ofiu.iu ; th'n wi-hed fi>r uninmti..ii will tH.t be ac. goons nre also mi hand. held it for Congress until Mr. Maxwell defeated the that gentleman and aootlxr' dutmgukbwl WhigJ aod.

t 4 I the object i ia to allow tw southern citizens thee and while they nr marching on with s-trule.s coniplUhedvi'hout! ( n fierce Rn-l protracted struggle The mere m.deralo t-pponenta of the fugitive slave sitting member. Let us not strand the same the probability.!* thai he would poll a* large a Wai*,
upon
st.n.prkieiges! north of 38J. aOm. which is that have hounded from ocean; to ocean, p'ant- law denounce the meeting last night Burns counsel -
free soil other
with thin abolition opponent of tbe measure. aked! continuance of the examiaaiion till Monday shoal again. vote in that section as any gentleman f hi*way'of
? now allowed to northern citirons south of ing everywhere along their courjie thin nri* Tb whole band of Northern .Democrats who} stood uoon. For these and other reasons which- I might assign thinking. WettrraTtffc'rtittV! Would: be likely W
tuat line, and will see that there in In this and energies and arncnuieH of a superior civilization -
bill! withotit in hia behalf.
unflindiiusly ty' Uw throughout, and have lf amaaiugly .
Theodore Parker and Wendell Philips applied I am oppooed to the calling of a convention unless exert it
1. Biiaciple justice aud equality which ought is it not almost iminous; interft'rence,
whose aid it never couM have teen nnwed, may b4 to the authorities for protection agamat the Iruh. there is dissatisfaction towards Mr. Maxwell, of which
they c&nnot but giva U their havAthcm turned back to exp-tid their gin
t to prevail, Warm to Lokofl thu iauxe
crushed to the earth, but we beKuv jnoet firmly that who threaten to revenge the death of Batcheldor, I have beard as .little intimation publicly,a* I heard
in intestine and sectional broils !
p.. approbation.Is ry quieting a healthy public opinion will return nt tas tahd I. of CoUKrewional which surround the slai'cry! question 7 fully the demand of high doc-
; danger* appreciating a the bas ef die bill, finally receive Uw warm Important Rumor Wtiah1ngon-A despatch tke Jbllovinjr decent drawn the ato.ItiooiK .
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_ This can never be done till Congress ceases tiny, she has never raided the voice of M rife approbation Maxwell that I ay *o, without his knowledge eon- say to
of the people of the North. from Washington, dated the S$th alt. My*:-There sent approbation, not having'been ineorreppnd Greeley, of the N. T. Trtbef
: the Constitution
i IA act it whero but ih .clfilen.nie-never im glne.d complaint
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,;t pI&inhyirefiuires upon except action. Do the people wUh but to resist injustice and aggression. A?' Once IUMTO dd we unite our voice with the gratified b a rumor that e-Yie tre.ideotDaIlu and x
Tfais millions who see in this happy termination of a long lowell Oobbka e bees appointed Special envoys to received forfrosnlaim whatever, direetlj jndireetly. ebe. SUrery in Nebraska% Slavery eo Bun
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T aid
have the from
agitation by
to no moro slavery was eloquent genlleraan anj BUI. Slaveryin the field of Ohio Slavery as Coba -
ker
It t what they profew in all parts of tho Union, if Missouii, [Mr. Caruthern,] the has only asked cuu'.royersy: bright augury of the "good time com Spain, tpi>e p Mr. SuzIe to keep tbe feaee. If this Iti.i implT.ibe calm and deliberate sentimenUof Slavery everywhere. Pteice and, his OsUinet

vrr, o.xclajo! Abolitionists roper. Let us banith to be let alone.' 1 could not but eouirust thi* ing." list nnscioo. a fa Menxhikoff, bould fail-war, it uiuppoted ONE OP THE PEOPLE.. and *p oi lfrieada.bn*UiM diae and sop us81veq.

from this Hall the foothold pen which the expression which conveys lite triiih if histonbo we give the yeas and nay oa the passage of the must enaoe. <5en. Qwtman i* the r pctedctief May ilt, 1884.Jr. .. They liT $nd.iouCM anti brnh. .otinf m'SIavery.
V follows of the Alliboctort wbo boasts that tee thousand They batbei frta* iJp tLtmasIvis.*7 PIth ltrNigger
etiptars plant thf mselve*-the nuuinpteri! to not at fault, with the eipreViou of another bill; M : ,
ii questions which belong to a differ.fit .* distinguished gentleman' frrin Missouri Mr. YEAS-MEWUU. Aoerrromtne. James C. Allen.Willi men are waiting signal at New Orltaiw, (o sail for rwrt/fc-Tlie' 'RHladelpbia Regitttr aj* ill- ow.ii get ,Lci&jer eaI'ii. ip
tt [ .spmW.
: upon wnUtule tiKut polkksl
Allen David J. Bhiley, Thomas ; Cuba, i Musts.usibtepeopl. believe it to b a hambug. EvereU'i caused Bgger brdia.
MK resignation wa*
( forrtm, andhat' ishw1U nccomplisbcd. Benion.J; ] wh* declared Ihat the South h.id 'hit{' flark1sle.l Barry. Bell, Boeock, Boyc*, BreakenrjLje, but tbers are other who are calling upon tbe, President naturedly that and gtsf .11 Aeir tiw'Th uI-all tbssri..u.iet
I 'the bill bc.'oro MS only touches the <]uostjoii noted tLo Mutvouri eontprutuisi*up uu lout ih. IIdtgo., Brooks Caakio, Cuastoiii, CbrislmanChareI, to tame a pTQcUtantioK fur the- eupprefcuon of bye weakat b $lio bck-"heaeer cooict ftUoi % 4'

w : to seriuAt A practice iu conflict with Utis w/!Je t.re.1i.s is the defence I owo tolho age, ex. '.su, Cla.nk, ClwjuiAu, Cobb; C' !qum, Cor, Craigt fillibutcr I upitntlght 'th8eaior'




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ortri.i.: &?ri3 of llclr unlry oe 'pop.u. M.a eJ J I tbal Walker's : ; rn'pR.V.
; fore* reduced to 40 men, have all Santa Anna Fir Chariest Joct Received
Jo the1 South )!,
J lja Sibiaska; jfer* Libert iuFT. I wiftilut;
been arrttted. .
free black*, emnfieipndoe, domestic tin iti.de. Walker has escaped to Tew, it bthought. The rnrl important news 'whk-h we find in our.Isthmus TIIE Pmneer Line between the Gulf Port T7ROM New York And New Orleans. : ,

Afruaiiiwtion, CuU, Hayti, fcraait, ndJhJWert ___________________.____ file! *, is the defeat of Santa Anna, and his retreat Charleston having \r en di.iomtinued, JT 6 S ck Java Coffee, Sardine. RSDEMt, p)4trIdl.) (,'
C rtf'ey..Cce and from Acapulco towards the' city of Mexico. The i.hie vessd have b* n snUUtuted. and c TALLABAaaK. FLA.
IL.tlieS.' arSally awrevaneeu 15 Sacks Rio Coffee a Threes S. C. Satta, _
plilill -d.I njiBi to l be their a olt yxjuipauy by day Rti&shn ThE IBAKKIIKTHEWS.. Mexwan bl..ckad of the port of Aoapulco had been ill tw furnished for all produced intended fi>r Charles- SO BuzeaNo 1 Soap, 10 BbU. ]f ew Pork.lOMcnoiceSepHm ows pcof MU a .to ttedftiM of '
Aertiait r.f the liinl.tdmtnt ofOJtua.lutfriu raised, and Sauta Anna broke up his camp on the ton. Agents frT wme at Newport MeNacght Or- 100 Sacka White Corn iou *?.-OJUint faer Sa t
d by&gI _ _ yVt Conditions the t'zir 26th of and withdrew his wand Cedar _
x i//(7 to -iiw- April army numbering ; Key.. E. H. Richnrds : TamnVi. James S0oxe.M.It.RasIni] 2 Bbla Leaf Lard, of Post OA es built. **WrifcA : -
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Works-The Coalition. 4 Bbl Gin. 2 Boxes Lemons. -
it Phrlps m
H:.w Santa Anna Aca- May 27.lS54.
the near
During '
3w
United rranklin encampment 21 Set.iineLQalncy J4.1M4.
SUtos mail
Connecticut)have steamsl.ip Capt. [ 4 d<> N.E. White Rum, 1 Cask Clarified Sugar, January _
the
ot given kirinishi'S with
TV W LJKS assurance lhfttt I>UPO, he had Mveml light revolutionists : 4
J. A. Norton an i ved at New Voik A. M. Monday. 4 do Old Family Whia2 do Brown do
are concerned, the line of distinction resulting only in killiu two or three on cither i Male and Female PERRY .
C p .B they From latitude 45 to -IT, longitude 4 1 to 49, met Mde, and a bombard neat of tlie castle, the bcrntsdoin Acadeiay.rpHE key. 6 Bbfa N. O. Syrup, AMAZ1' h
lich b. bTuV'f'-fe existed between them and lh* large tiuaiit.ties t>f iceberg?, und were tit-lamed by ; no damage, falling rather sliort. next se"*ion will begin on the first Monday 4 bbl* Ex. Winchester 2 Tierces Caro'aua Rico &TT$llftT At LAW :
baU henceforth no longer he knovnmfn. tlicni JL u June and end w the last Thursday Whiskey. SO Boxes Tobacco, *
lbolitw; '''it*' egtiteeu Ii'urs. Ann-n the jm< engt-rs ate Mr. lit; then tent a flag trued to the castle demanding The ia October _
A complete aDd thorough nnion Las DC CnK< Minister fii-m this Ctnrt of Spain to the \Jnitctl a peaceable eurrendtr. The beams were ont back mstitutwa is furnished with a fine apparatus anj 4 bbb. Granulated atid Caasia Cloves. TALLAK48SEZ11 PLA, ,.

$mt' tlietn) which earned States, and Mr. Win1uw.! special bearer of tl .s to Santa Anna by the commander of the caetie. Gen aOonl superior advantages to itudenta of either sex Crushed Suijnr, Yeast Powder*, Mar. 21,1853. to .
between was out for
trtl, formed ou patches from tile American Minister at Spain to the eral Common for, to he would *eu Tht I9.j, ult, in the deetion of United .State SenaUiw United Stutes. After consulting his say command, (about 150 or 200)) inciuiliug washing may I be ol ainwd in the family of 2 bbls. Lard Oil, Smyrna and Ualnga Figs, .JOHN B. QALBRAITH, .

K. Gillette. 'vbo for yeni bits bet. the abe- The news brought by this steamtr is of nn interesting his answer was tent in a discharge of ionud >Jiot into the Principal at $10 per month. For further pnrticuInr 4 doz. pta Sweet OH, Starch, Candies, Dates, ATTORNEY AND COtaSEXCOJt At LiW. .
"I' rc-pectinjf rati-s of tuition At. ee printed 1 bbU Bologna SauMge*. Sperm and Star Candles,
thai actcr."e cata
'or 0Mrernor' Iu4t State received the Santa Anna killing six n.cn, anJ taking
cun.Wite camp which be TaIiaku.eefI.ii. : t
logue procured by Lob- London Porter
\\ K-nin from ConetHntinoplc that a large quantity may *applieatino Hermetically sealed ,
off( .f a&'thtr.
the jte of the Whigs for the short term an the euctf of muskets sent from Antwerp for the ( i Scuith, and in return, Lafayette Ft- Dr.ring Qjincy, May 27,1654. 21 and Oyster, English Walnuts adjoining the Senate CbiMilMr.v
ot.ot TIaO *, had bc-fu feizeil. The Tmki-h flet t was be jittacLc.l whiUt |iiisi'tr!' wmie 414 iI. & Sn de inountaia [Oct. g. 40
mted; support of the nbolition and Mill iu the BoFphtTus. 1500 Greek had hid b 2 bbls B cf Tongues. Brazil Nuts. :
U ai infurrcnt* ; ?, sent the litter in which I.e previ itly -iiconvevoJ New Store. 2 do Fulton Market D. P. HOLLAND
tlinenibnrked at itria. It is said that IiaI l landed Soft Shell Almonds, ,
8.0UO and tix.k ai.necircuitn
nit1** for the long mTlllH'our reJ.jjf : al. rig with lii* xrno -
frM4oU nricticul: working of the tactics marked at Salenicn. The rn-liry of the Shah <>f Persia route on horPrlnuk, to tie place tley weicmarcliing. r"MIE t-uWril lute purchased the stock of goo.L Pickled Beef.Salmon Pilherta, ATTORNEY AND COUXBELLOR AT LAW.fTTTL :
v sI ouj, appciiis to be hostile to KusMa. lie claims the rtititutiou JL of IIuv \\-ir.l A Randolph, and intend kef ping ageiIrra .Walnut Catsup, ih y V1itid
Smoked Salmon ,
Oteek'. The \\1igs of Connecticut have obeyedJibe t>f proxiuccs wLicb Lad been taken from him, a..t tnoiit. Ilk presentlock i is well a kttcr the oimand8 of their leader. ThefrIllM and is mvving an of iO.UOO. and he invitee all hid friend* to call and him. i Roe Hcrrinsr. Soda, Sugar, and Butter L practice fad* Couto Af tfc. JCdtHs cIt. '
"7 ariny from Mexico-Success of Santa see
Later 30 II1L bb... Northern Crackers, V V cult, od of JcckMo and FViukfio Cooatiw.
; Three sLips, convejingGieek volunteers, Lave been lie pledges himself to sell! ou as good terms as
MidINehratka- Anna- any Flour Dried
; sunk French llouiu in the cit 'AppIes, October **. 1855. 4S tf
by a steamer near Salon ica. )
Me the two parties must immeditflv NEW On 20 BbU. St. Louis and Dried Peaches
p LEANS May 27.
T1IOS. -wILLi&M
The allied fleet were cruiziug in the neighborhood P. RANDOLPH.
,? marsbal tLetoselves in hostile army. The North of the Huf sitiu strininlgId.It News Ct received from Vera Cruz reports that May 27, 1651. 21 Ohio Flour Nails, Candle Wick, SCOTT,

mflfpoou, II U )has begunto oppose every step toward bad been telegraphed through Vienna that the Santa Anua made u tiiutnpliatit entry into the city cf 10 BbN. Rectified Whis. Pocket Knives, ATTORNEY ATMOHTICEUXVFLA.LAW

viakii'c' the North-vest pasture ground for African bombardment of Sebastopol commenced OH the 28th Mexico oil the Hth amid the peiiernl irjoiein oth,, (;Iwynn's Patent Reaction Centrifugal key. Children's Shoe. ,
v;!sterV. It will *ppof the tutrrnluction of Slavery ] of ApriL This news was not generally believed to people which were ordered to be continued fi.r tt h.el. 4 Casks Bacon Side*. A small lot of Dry Goods .
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into Nel'itiska and Knnsns: a% imidi after the nasangc j jcf be true it was thought that the two admiral had (l. ys. Aecurdin to the publthed accounts n ilci.i e Tamp and Fire L'nglne. 2 do do Hams, to tljanERSKINE ; L1i;

tli* bill as bef< re, and should it gain foothold there ; drawn the fire of the shore and strand batteries at Sc- victory was gained oVcr Alvarrz at Mi>unt Prregrai 4 DAPTED tn any situation; unlimited in Power AH] of which will be sold as low as any other House fc DILWOBTH

il t sill make open and direct var upon the institntion bustopol for the purpose of testing their range, Ac, after Santa Anna had nl<:mned thin siege of Acapul jt\. certain inaction; permanent in u.-e ; and. withal in the city, for the Cash. .

within their linaits nov tmil Lencefoith. It uill fight preparatory to more serious o[>ei atiuns.Ihe co. Official aecoiint from ( egi. Banci> bay the troops H. low in cost that they are rapidly superseding all lit door South of the store of G. it J. Megimussah ; ATTORNEYS AT UW,

tjaiiift the admission into the Union of cither as a Rtibsiau fleet ia repotted to have come out of stonned Mount IVregraiul <>n one iilc, nnd drove the others. The attention of Planters is especially culled >n. adjoining the store of S. S. Knight. XOXTICZUO AID ftFJTTCT.

Sav! State and in doing this, it will necessarily, be Sebastopol.j rebels down the other. All tlue) accounts ate tie to its efficiency for Draiunge. It is a perfect safe guard Will aim sell at Auction any property desired to be Jovv Etaon
QnfngyW..8. Diivoara
compelled iu elf-defenc. to carry the war into Africa, The British government is fitting out a small but rived from Government houices. and it is thcu-fore against the ill effects ou cotton ami other plantations sold, when called upon, either in town or country.- ,MfrtfrtBut$ 1L'

). snd- ill fight agiuust the admiiwion cf new slave j I efficient naval divihUm for operations iu the White difficult to jud-ie (their real truth. of the debtructive rain of the Southern climate ; Mud. Sale days Mondays and Satordav July 2S. IMS. 79 $?*

F;tat4s from any Quarter whatever. Soumlncsi wrouthi i Sea and against Arc-hangeL Tlte news of the pnflsau'e of the Gad-iK-i Treaty, inVui.htngt'in Gravel, and! other substances tJo net injure it. It is JOHN lL RHODES MAITIX 1. DOBT, ]I. L N. DAflDSOX
question will oe made a test in the election cf ever -1 Marshal Paskie\vitcs-h declares that Little Wallacl \ reach Vera Cruz on the llth. adnpted I for Strainer, Man tr frictories. Mines Water Auctioneer and Communion Met chant.

? >orthern representative. *.i Las been evucuutetl solely from strategetk* rea- %Work fr large cities and! all situations requiring April 15,1854. 15 DORY 4 DAVIDSON,
popular branch of the Government must befrnvdilv 1 powerful P"1PSizi-a manufactured of from 25 to ATOY AT LAW
'gThe K>ns, und that the Russians will soon return to Kiaj. NEW ORLEANS MARKET. Land
purified, and no man elected thereto from the ,j j. wa. Great Wallachm, it is now said, is not to be eacuated. 100,0'jO: gallon per uiinn'e cnp (its-. Call and be. for Sale. 4tT13CY,PLa1DA. ,
North who U not firmly committed against the admission \ NEW OKLE\S. May 26. natNfieil (these fact", at. the Office and Warehouse of TWILL sell my plantation on terms that are reas \17ILLprMtk* in the Middle Circuit of Florida

of more slave States. A President mu t be j IVrfwns from Cronstadt and St Petersburg any the Cotton has' advanced 1-4 c4nt. The sales fur two Union, P.iwtr Company of TJ. S., No. 33. Brcadway. and accommodating to the purchaser. It TV end in the :Eut.r* Coqmtim of Watt Florid* ..

dfroled by the fiee SUte who will cordially *npj>nrt Czar was putting heavy )pieces of flat iron ilo\vu, fas days vcli 17,00'J b il ?3. Mi 1 lliu-: :. cl.i-el! at S cejts.: New Yolk-removed from No. 24, nearly opposite, lie' in Jefferson County, FLv, eighteen miles East of All business eatrnatod to tbair eat*will near*prompt
said carn.;Btlv reponJ t i these kwe. Th.Te will beno i teiwd in t!lie centre, iu Jrdcr pierce the ships as they Flour is dull Com l.tmirfd. cK-sing at 53 to 50 May 27. 1864. 3m 21. Tallahassee, in the neighborhood of Waukeenah. It attention. > 'i
other C nne but thi open to the free States ex- I CHiUtl into the jK rt, cents. Coffee i is wrtli) 9 1 2 to l Iu 1 4. Ki-e dl! to- is choice land and in good repair, with tyro hundred December 24, 1853. tl "
#ptin# onu abject. *lavtsli sulwuissinn to tiie iron 1 The Empeior was stiperiutendiiig the fortification* ilav at 4 1-4 to 4 11'k! i is lull-Me eh'zetI! nt Better Late than Never. and sixty acre cleared. Land buyers come and see f?

roJ vf f: the Southern flave liiverp, and tlx; more desicsbe -. ia person. He nsked <'tC <>f Li* AtlniiiaL> as to tLeifety ; ?>12.25. Lard 1 irt'.rn, ,-ki-pjD at 10 1 4 to 11 ceuta.- for >our elvw. ANDERSON PEELER. BAKER & McIVEIt
*, donrrtation of northern flunl\ if m. The pas- *- t.t the place! from the attack of I lL<- itliied tints. Exchange vu Ij"inlon i< -ut i tit 9 to 1 :3-4 per mitpn'iiiium. ICE ICES Ma vG. 1854. 18 tf :ft

sage ctthe NelTaska bill "will arouse and fonsolMatett The Adniirnl replied it \\a no tie to kiep the tliip* Fruits for Cutt"u to LiverpK.'Kl5-16.- V CARGO the genuine stuff is at last on the ATTORNEYS AT tAW

toost gigniitk, determined and ovei vhelminjj jai ty of war in tLc port, as they would surely ixt Lurut 01 Shis; are wurce alibI in Jfii.and.U77 way. D. LADD.Nen Notice. TALLAHASSEE AND QUINCY FLORIDA. M&f

fur irted m that the world ever saw.1 i di Ft toyed. -- port. May 20, 1854. 20 SIX months after the date of this notice, I shall WILL practice in the Middle and Western GreuiU < 'J'lsi'

The popular branch of the Government rntit berp ; It was then) arir.ngcil that they salIdjl l>e brought I
*dily purified 1" tLtt s, the Representatives rf tie out and placed in a .line aen'ss the Iivtr 'r gulf, tuI n fl.itUtinj: d 1 -ae. It (f iumricft: and J'r4'rCe so Groceries !il! County, Florida, for my discharge aa adminutra Thomas, OLBOLLING *

sound Democracy, xvho, iu Toting fr the Ncbras'-a I I as to act as a ba'trry. the Adu.iial, a.lilin tLat the I niMduoisly that ljf e one is ware t f it. the lii'iijs THRESH Groceries per Schr. Win. R. Petle from tot of Johu Coleman, deceased. BAKES A.. N. k'zvift
i uiigl.t be the nicniu doing a grent deal <-f damage are u iiia?. -f nlrux, tl.f n a 'u-ld-n t-rjiesare o daalige Oilcan'. VANS RANDELL, AdmV. 4 f
Bill, have ehoirn that they cannot be wl'.cd upon as to the allied fleet. If shuttcrt to pieces iu tLt puiti4'ti fr-'in hi'ut to r.Id. piu-luffS an tnjliiH>itinit, itIl l iu a 15 cd Sides, May 20, 1854. 20 6m TallaluMre. Qirfney. &&
recruits in this acd tlkrrt war the instil it vjould not matter. January 7, 1854. I
open upon fi w htj* or xMtkit i< saul l, he or -he di"d oflatv 0 clean 4'tL '
ti
tLnir places"Pupplied by "rnen committed against the oui b4teieL, lui'H coinjil Lii'.:. w wouM] rtftrto tli.' :id% (iti>ciiieiilon 20 barrels Me-3! Pi rk, SIX months after date, I shall present my final ac- Ci; J
Twji English met chant: buusfs at Cn i-tat La'i1 ilitf out-M >f thi.piptr} "f Ju'I- .-n'# Cl. -nii--ul l lt Y.liid \- f 2 ti.-n'es su;ar cured Hums and vouchers tn the Judge of Probate oM.uLion ATTOaWlY AT LAW % '
admisnion cf mere slave States] And tide ii the en been seized by the Knipetor, w ho used llnui as bar t 1 <--Cht-iry and I Lun:. wmt," v.hiih t H -aiil I t' l>c a 1 smoked Beef, County as adminiatrator of Lucy Roberta FLOE1DA.TT7ILL ,
tsrUinracDt whkh the pci'plc of tie South cf all par-' '' racks fur Lis tn on*. ceits'ii cure fur thib awliil 'il-ia-c. Al.b Azor Trr- 7'j' bLs.! supeii'-r Flour, and ask to be discharged from my administratorship QUINCY ?P j- !

tie have before Hem. "The mort glgnr.tic, deter One hundred tluus.iid men were at Croustadt. and ki-e Br.lin the gieat rc-n.t-Jy f<_r ill tlUebSts ol tie CO extrr. Flour, JAMES ROBERTS Adm'r. notioo to occupy the otiUe recently oee.
cir.ed and overwbclming party for' freedom that the ;, Sut'/KiO' alfng the C"ist (1 f Finland. Lair. 3 leaf Lard. May 6.1854. 18 6m I TV pied by the late firm of C. H. J. H. DuPont, :
; (treat ci''in-U-mHiu.il!i pre\ailed among the r.c.gi! l 2 LhiK! el'oice Sugar, and to practice in the adjacent Counties of the Middle
vorlderer saw," made up <-Whigs, oliti"iiists and] at 6t. Peters but K, vL< weje lea'irg ,s fast as they ------- 2U li..xes Cheese, Fire and Marine Insurance. and Western Circuit. He will also attend the term r

Butr! Democrats, w to direct its march against the n uld, feaiit.g tl. -y would be ujutiiircd tLoi.ldn.at- I j' OBITUARY. 20 bbls. Whiskey, Savannah Mutual Insurance Company, bar of the Supreme Court to Tallahassee and Mriaxic.> '
a.lvcsc to the Cn.r. Died the morninrj of the Slet 1 l Just at tlie h.-l THE January 7, 186*. I* .r'l:
peatc: act! t.ppineM fifteen States of the Confvdercy ttrs go en May Z(>0 lii> C"m. established an Agency in this City, will
and Coaoecticut, famous for her Hartford Conven.'. \ Accounts ficm the lUltic Fjidik < tion cnwpiracics, sets the ball in motion by fendirgto rctmiied pili tK Fptaks ( f ht-i fitinj: a boaJbi.b- and i Lei-h -adand grand ftanehtercif < .iv. JiJin Br.inc-h. 20 bbls. Moljescs, tc_ Ac.BERRY. April 15. 1s54. 15 6rn A SUPER1ORAeof3,4.5aa4P,1,4 44

the S-nate a man remaikaV.e only for his intense hatred ai.nili.latii. a tniull vessel itt tlie ihtti.t! f a u-ile. ) Sadly) AROWLES. t-%_ Colored Matting for sale low by

of the South, and thus ci'tuplet a coalition asn ; It WNH tL'-ucbt by uautu-.il uitn thai uv liioad de voting so unble! BO well Woveil. Uniting a lovely 3fny20. 1S5I. 20 A. n. WILSON, April 8. 1854. 14 CRICHLOW BROS. 't
n JIM all l for Let tistcr States. Will follow WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DRUGGIST ,
ex.&t:1Iic they j L'' rd Nelson's fieet Could accoinj'li.-h 40' yai :Io. ,I mewas a gladness" to nil. Ne\er tl.iiikiuj of self. Tract of Land for Sale. Parasol j s.

itt I Sir Cbail-5 N j'ier iutcnds attacLing Swt-aborg I !h.. made: tier own happiness; by promotin that of'others. suhttriher offers for ale hU "Sun Down" NEWPORT FLA. Superior stock of Silk and Cotton Um

first, but will wait; f>r thtantval 4.ftie Fiench Sret. I.atsingin ;i lernarkable degree warm afj THE in Madieon County consisting of i.buui two HAS ju. t received a very large and fresh stock of AVERT and ParasoLs, for sale! lor- by

Hr Sduk's -Demands on the Spanish- 1 Fuller Jetu'ls tif ktLe uib.ii'lfue.t; t f Ode -a Lave i j fcctiiMip, the gained a place in the hearts of ail-IK-IK- tlmm-iiid acre of us good l land HH in Floiida. A- French and Eogluh Drugs, flled April 8, 1854. 14 CRICHLOW & BROS.
ri-cie.I. Th.1u.tu esioi studiously oiuit could know her but tn J 3ov her.Vc grieve to think I 1 Iniut any lritie, 4'hcinical. Perfumery DyefcliilT ____

The Parij ccrrrcr pendent ,of the New y uk TiiVjue.tmcicr all the ui.f3var.e! feht UI t S. euch as the Lli.wing up<'f j jir.ag.iz.ncs I how we shs.ll ni\- her fu.rn among u,'-niltho gentle There two are hui'Jru.l ou the 1'rendsi a res are* a cleared.good Screw.uHIler'gosMl tim l Honsuan1 ferx-e. $ *, Faints, and Faucy Article Oil Cloths. ;
date ef Cie 3d irtt. ftatetluit the Malndvrrei'rion'knce Ihe : and the .f the "11 ol her hand. 1l h Liti.I l tmiesof her voi
tnptcto < thij"1. if cap > RI. !) Cir'nai.i.h i. S i.t aIuir vu the itt 'if 'our i rf\he London T'.rii a in the ranted as represented. Physicians can rely on getting
-xplHn.\t I mi plaiitHtuin is i.tTr4.tl-sjx( Mulf, stock cTHiirs ix the Floor; also, a >nperior article of 6-4 Mahofony -
the 1 Jlusu.u.4u hifllL, : t I auin:. M.J : I tlcttr < ally, t'jfi.it rluli) of when life .t-uutiI l
.IP a > 'it youth, iiI I and i their order and preseriptioua put with care of
q f the procefd'.rtj of Jlr. Sov.e r-n the B'sck Wan i u C.itth.! with about twenty-three N.- ,re. ail up Od Cloth for furniture, for sale low by '
Jic.irjtit.n.i liini Ix-tn lf!tt>v>r. tipdti tL sever.I fli l l-liiitg ii* tsi.hiti..t ro'pcets U-f.re hrr, bl.rt wa and 1 such articles as are genuine. SELECT POWDERS
I likely althy. For tt-mn. apply tr the euh'cri- April 8. 1854. 14 CRICHLOW & BROS.
Mr. are rciTwjl i iy n/n.e. The fjctf the .or S T Lo iJi-tiu ui-Lt-J thriu..eh<'< iu the j'tj.'gi. '') J.c i fi-a-lv." \vili.'ig! to pi. C.i'iii fr.-l .-.ni.e.I:} until the | l her <>n the plantation or through the Sulk e.i Post | will l>e furnished when ordered by pb ic-ians cr other '

cita. be saji-K, are as IJows} : I Iu.'iui trk4ivJetle..! f.ur ii..1 siXt_ Lit, 5i1'<) ft-areii in t to r-i-ter the iii, Valley, f'r l lie51. tOfluie. J D. 'iElD.I' *. Having made arrangements with the best Drug Duu ana cooes.A .
'u' ]r1-UUt CiCtitj.! I tt'-it. fn.ni /f :J.ij' : rt'l 1- ':1.1! Uw Kjrht: of Heaven she knw York fur select articles I feel noheaiiu ,' 1IP
Oa the Arrival cf tLc special rn5 f IJ; wIth :Tri.cti; ; ; ins, sit. ixiule r>jte.J aii'J Kj.ttlLc In1 :i'.i,.TS. fie lLai tl.m-1 trlreil n'te kii.i.i. ''.r. c f.i'li-rV liRi-l: w.,iil I lead tier ljuu Be
SptW'li XibUter of Fv/rti'j'j AtHiits; ii. Cf-! ) Li.ii.lif, 1 SMi'L t h. aiiithirt; Luiflied .:Lt!y w i.t.c'fil. !1.er f. i cui! (.1 -elf Mid l.. rtsu'tittg f ir d.rpi.-iv Notice. Also, a apVivhd assortment SCHOOL and IIIS- Broad Super and Narrow Ties Cloth and Kid Oaitera,

rca !el& J'nrca, a vcrv C'4Ui. cltnr h.l Cun dnmid."r.t.tir. I Xo fji ,.ai ..iouiit i.ii'i \ t !N II i-ul/ii-Liil;: i>t ..'! in tl.i Lt trs lug L"iii*. hen. Riilia ala.i.e.-v 1.r Eximiniti-m the i CELLANEOU3 BOOKS, PAPER and FANCY AR Ladies Slipper*, Burkina aad Gaiters, fi-r Top ae'! low by ,
; t%') Ifr& ::. ; Cut, 114tt11L1 % : I j t'io' !iuti-.i: Iv: ( raMlce!, fvf tiie f.Jtrc, by zh* jij. -. iii.tnu-ut uid..t) liaJ Uut Letu itttivtU Lut vccie L iu n.titl.; r jii.il i14i... r..t \vep f>r rn". situ Ftnnle Semiiuirit-K will take place otij 7"La.iies and l others fond of a food glass of SODA April ,
nnstic trprl Ht llavuna. with ivwr* t.i nm.t 1 vx;>.-* -J. j 1 an goiu;; IKMC ta I Hen\ti. M!.:.t tith -i e.'* Ul'-** j; the il 11 7tK, fcth and ilh? of June, ilurinj which time there will find at the above Store as soon as tie good Fans.A .

tj.eiC caie. 'I la* uas d.lier..i] to SI.s Culd.qon. wb I t ; |t"ar fiat tl.e I' tj'.iticj against Ruri a.-f eil 4L.uiiii: .I.e is im' l"i-t. but ""tn' 1 Is fire40111* I ui .1 concert and declamation. i I Jj.i,,; I rrc.-ives LJ: &upp5 cf the cold stuff.A.ii

rwpff t f si r R j i'1'iiif't rcppniiH', l I'vt int 1 tn Jji. i-arn Ci i nut i-n u ni'Jili Lig r tn.il graiitlt r e'a'vI'V In fli. Fr i.up-flvci., %e iiioi.in tJ..t >liL:.- leJt ti. )1 It afT' rds! in [ lea-ure to announce to the public thaf | 15. I-5- IS \ SUPER Stock of Super YoldmgSpaniah and .

the lujv wh41li J ;iif-i.l I.f I lv\ 1: t tl) Jit ilnv i i di.- Iu: l I. ft ri numv li.*aits, can iiver Mr. WIL1C. CALK of TaHahassef. has enni.ented l to Palmetto Fans, for sale low by -
At the end of l\vcnty-f Lf i.T*, Mi. Sue. ir'iving .:!( 4tiii1ii.'ub4:
n r'P'.v anutl.tr u it as seiit i in S(4l.tt.ITtee1Ii sami j I'niifiit! ? L \t- it.d iiIJ tLc j...4i j tiii .f! all tl.f ii.<..asi.r J. f.ujnl a l.'i'iitj \\i 're .MM row ne er eters- juijtrt-ss: eauMj inaiy to visit Madison, as Mr. Call U ]' CLOTHS AND CASSIMERES. ;w4cJ

lire ilrbl, and adding that if lit the ctid < f tw-f lit vf s lit' ]'ir. i4titi< -ALitli tl.o) j'jtM-il.' w.ir i..aiii<-fi M.UCJtli! t i L.ij ;..iucn and] jny f rt.r.. a Ct.iy nii! : are of fine inutc.l taetit.j.! to atfrn-l.Tie fneiiii uf euut-atiou gcn- T AM now receiving nn extensive assortment of Superior article of Segars. for sale by (

.mr h jurii a resixinse w a* not i eveit. Le t-lw ld tate ti C'arv. \\ liii ti. t tect; tLu lJinirt| ,< r In ilii |' u Wev.l! lutrll; oa tLc joy t.i tiv! I sriit tl. I JArf. K MOSELEV PrincipaL I i I J Cloths, Caasimereg. Vestinsr .. rap d'Ete, White, AVERT CRICHLOW 4 t BROS.
1 ttt. l tlit .. iii'ioftn "llw fi f ItU.
i t fi r grautod tLat the SpaukL nn ? ii cant j"; j :>t i
p.'vettiiicnt ippri.c.ILia' I Linen White and Figured Mar- 8. 1854. 14
] May 2'i" 334. 2O 2t Brown and Fancy April
j'tinnT) tl.e Cuban authoi itJe- i.nti i Lc hl.uhl l netafSrliot'U. *M 0 (inn \\iil: I.'e ttt'-Lii-l.vd )l4.I %eeII .l'i.ti An.! lt ..rn tl.c c-onV-nt x.hich bii. l.t its! will 1n,11q; i 5I ihlrS. all >f which I am prepared to make np on shortfltieC

] Tlii was deliviTinl J by the l>ewtl rv. : it es, ti tL e ii I i I il.t s'-ii.K I \\'- will! tiu(l ill (;ii bi iiii-n-y ti mf! tn-! <.; inAnd I!ct UI. Fresh Groceries. .I m the most fashi'-nable styles and on reasonable Gold Pens.
ir.! Pvln V"her il. ilJtroti Lad liuisLrJretding Ihu Ktiglirli! Goi ii.vi.t .n lie sltj % ai.i'. tLc Mmittur )- !
this! eh
jKienu. ill bj bairn to Uie fiorrowinir In-jnt: E are nr>-\' n-e.-siinpf from New Orleans leras. ALSOA Super Gold Pern, for sale by
theuute, ilcJPciry Coolly diewout 1 ltn wi.tch iie: J j.ri puii.g' tn 'I j s and a iWt cuj'-Lle .f' -- A p4'r EAGLETS CRICHLOW BROS.
JsiJ: lisif-jKiitin in c.--f (>fio< tfci-itv. I tl.<- f Mf's ii f vMiiy | -a ijtean.'r I'niteJ Stttea. a large let of L.tIWC AND WELL SELECTED STOCK OT ,
' 8. 1854. 14
April
] in tt. llaltu* ULtik Sta. '1 he Tin l.intt- t.t! CIcnr 15 t v>n Si.es! ,
"Your Excellency will r.leaf.e vLirve that it i* or : s {* '. '. READY-MADE CLOTHING, '
1w 12 o'cWk ; at lioVlotk:i to-inoaow, jirccistly, I |I ll h >thK<-lti I i.tid IIi'Ui.gf"ra: ; lire to IniCcU] k-d l, ioi1] Sijiji; linns. IM.'d. in of Cashmarette Frock and Sack Pethimery.
Cured ll.itns Consisting part
tball b* he for a rcjily." I tL" C .uf! t-f J'iul.-iinJ cumjtletely cmMl! l till au atlak I'OKT OF ST. MAKKS.AIMMVF.D. Plai'> 'K ,r Coats. Fancy Colored Frock and Sack Coats, TweedS A SUPERIOR stock of English; Trench and Gerri. JZ

Holy Virgin 1! voung man, xxl.atdo you met nf ', (i. Ci .Ii.taiit <\..ntv orr'ai'i".d. In tL- liak! S a4-' ?.*''. 1 <-!I.uitri! ks. Drap d'Et Frock, Sack and Business Coats, moo Colognes. Real Lflbu/s Extracts, lint do,
cLixn.d the ilniisttr ; "Inily week uid a Sudavtrvc.n ,1!
; ; f p(4 \\rbe\ iJFu-ted and tl. C'jin.ta l.tdy! \ \\he allioj | May" '-Mir. l.-,.nv L'ml. S Tcrr 'n. N v ('r.louix PMII.I- 1 Fancv Linen Coat Black Dri p oTEte and Summer Invigorator, Lyon'a Katharioo,Barry's Tricopber- .

Mr. Perry left. Before the tcrn/mutSon of tln' tnt-u- | a iiis. Tl fie is w\mly :i ," vitll'C* .at 1 Vs'r.. n n. 'J5 L'.t' !* < ]<}* >. '.' <]>. Cii"r! .' S'icj.irs: f Cao-i'mere Punt*. White and Fancy Linen Pants one, with a great variety of, cheap Perfumes 7. Poos- i4.

t-f Jur hours, Mr. Sov.le received a rw JKIUSC fruu il.Calderon I, omiect prograirniu! Lf the intcii'lud.eiatii, | >iii Jii'- > .- !.! r-. 4 tie t. 1 h.a'i. I'.1:: 1 It 1 !- fl-! i.r, 12 U :N" S-utl. (C..r. hits PJce, WLiti- arid Fancy Marseilles Vest Fancy and Plain turns hair Oils,Ox Martowa. Bear's Oils, Fleab Pow '

fctatiog Lat it was out of the |p i\i cr t.f UKmiT fui, u.tiIiift; eif iL iioitLt-ni cump Is aupjii.st.d[ Ui 1 Ie ;ilTlie wLik.vJ4 .!... |-ik. -{ 1 l.i.,'... tu-J r. Z IIILi.J.! Cpaclrf Wtetirn Ci.ni, i Silk! \Vt Shirts" Collars, Cravats. UDcterbhirU.Dra der; Pnik and White: Lilly White; LIquid and Powdered
<>* <>nl to act in the matter, ii. putuili h* U.-y Si It deXIIi5tiItU.L$ agnlai't l'ILsri3. .
g
PRATORIL8.
JOHN Poucet Boxes and Pnf& Greta
i t-.i"li*. '- Oats er'. P-J.-ves. Hosiery, tc. Rouge, ,Stating q. .
bsd received *x> nflVial likt 41igcuce fr<*n Ci W t>, M timing Ile.iuld has a telesrraphic, deqiatcl. ,
1q54. H and Compounds S<* and Wash Balls,. k grevi sbundance. >
firotu cr.n.\"n>. 1tf T. April S. J pa
guiJ tLom tn their ticpotJK DiiB, and adding Uiut t.e ht'icklm'ra. announcing Umt the liritit.li etcili.ir
for sale by CRICHLOW* BJiOS '.
manner of Mr. Sule licatvd tLat tlie Leopard) nnivt-tl at Sttx kla.l the illi { M.itiii.i Mn2Z.Sdr. 1s..mrina. e. -
clearly (i vernnnTit n .n t W. H. J'.nU. lx kw< l. f..r New "
of the United .Slate> wa imidi more aiaious .iiththz.d: that the tuenixLij* | w'*re t .njiin;"<.ut t.l Orhaji-. iii, ; hl.1Ilt it. ti.t i ltIt.4. I :t .1... May 20. 18d4. 0 IIOPGKISS A SCOTT. Look out for the Engine. April- 8. 1P54.: 14

for a didlculty than for a seiUenuut 1 It'isjiiu. s. A 1111il Iii Niij'icr iiitatit tv tinuh. r.igaal ti. iiil and \m.i.i.| HI d.! .. i K>MII jn.d j.iicL, '"J L.tlt-i c.tI tt t- I fluE subscriber Ins for sale a fine ENGINE, estiJ. Needles. -
To this Mr. 6"ule puDdod, auu iciterating Lis Lit! L14.ct 3lake ready f,. sea inIieilj.t4 Iy TI,.. II i }Lit Ii. 2
fret dercanda, auj adding iuLor iuijxitiii'-nlh- : }JEI.i h fleet had reeehoilViugie t.n.aid. and ws I ILast&.uiiig j gu.s.lx PORT.i 1'itocL.ouTiu:; uv jAiin< E. BROOMK, GOV- one GANG OF SA\Vrf. and one of Page' best Circular (JAMES SMITH A SO5S CRICHLOW Sapcs4orNe.Ue.for.sI.A BROS.

t.ust be admitted-.tLat be vi.s t-atihticd that l fufl iufinr.HtKio to etftc: t a jutietJu iU* the Jiiti.h navI $ Seh.) Yi { Saw*. Shaflinj, Pulleys, & i tor Crjiiie. Jenny Und, Seagrei'n. iu.vot 01'inr. STATK OK FLORIDA.THEREAS April 8, 1854. 14
forc $ -
had be-n rcctrved ficnu Cuba. w d tLnt i in reference to the design cf tie United Stat *. tLtyr. j Several confi, rpucs have taken plnre in Vienin\ > \ "1\ { it Im been made known tome him at Ta1Iahaaee. T. B. CHAIRES. setP

},i (inly & prompt eettk-meut pf the diflii-ulty in '!'tween the Biitih, Freix and Au-tiian Mi'ii-teis. at Andrew Female College T T that ELY STEPHENS. Charged r T.e! Maruuna Whig and Albany (Gn,) Patn-. From New York, pf r E. ReIsgt.a," ; !
wLith cunditioiisre agieed to, >be *th the murder of JOHN[ STEW ART, has ri-ase ordered out and send bills Coffee Dried ,
rdtr ti jessere tbt fPhcefu! ihtico ljivIi ()Jtvdt. t tx> otftred I II bv J | ..t. will copy until RIO Apples
.'tvieu tLe two countri-* ; that the Cuiitiuued insults I Amtiia Iii KU--CM after Ih* f< tmer lias iseeupit'iI l H..H-I i Cutbbrrt, Georgia.I I|I aU- -"i'dil.. itisi l i isj. fo itie from justice, to advertiser. Coffee, 'H idse Chaznpaigne, m&

v Inch; the Cuban authorities hud oflVred the Unit -<] nia auil l Uf'jitr' AlLia. Thee conihtu ns \ cuesaid t
-tut'te }Lad so e'trraait! *would be foauJ the tweet guuiaJitce vi l lcijijtitjUfrd | rejrardi-d a* In-ing jimlcil.K tljt-usunl aiUmpt 4 f A the tLu-e sti'14Oiitt" 4.1%*e. t I in me !hr law. tlo hcit-by 4ifii-r a reward of one Luulie.l D. T. B. LAMAR Currants Cider Vinegar ,

j>eactful iclati. UK. 1 tiu tu rtbtoie n'ticc U fi-rc sl., tlerlates Lt'sd( j II.-. ( .I1flht1CeI1IttI' sernv.n will be preached c.11 < I d''flare! i f'ir lie :i.preliensiiKi| of *:iiil Pteplii-u, Ibd Professional services to the publie. Almond. White Wine Vioefar,

At thin stage t>f the proceedings! the Queen P< nlfvT I SaiKlay the 18h liy Ilisii'-i- AMiKE-a- I IAn I I au 1 hi safe delivery to theSLeriJof liiusborougliCoiintv. : OFFERS be found at the former residence of Dr. New England Ram, ;

Mr. Soule, who, it may r.s well l be here ifpeated : Correspondence of the Charleston Courier. a-1 llre. -n hl-ie> U in favor at lie pdmce, v Lile. <-n the ootrary Caldfron XVAMiiNcinv !, -iny thJlt.! bv IJsMior (}MIU<;.E F. PunrE. I Me.SaiI; Stephens I ia about 5 feet 8 inches high, from Tallahassee. Madeira, Tberry, Portend Clswt Wms\ ,
i* hated by l lr. iy-rMnj 1 It is iSMitii-tied that f.iTeigt, (liplotnatj ln-ie havelatt.Iy July. 1 he MI-MO ) Wittiest hand and the Great Seal of
in a v -ry ttn-iig'tlitt, into vl.ich brinv Mid ci wis Htr.\hTMi: will I be filial by a p -ntkjji mv ALSO from New Orleans, : -
declared that there i is uo w-cret tieaty latwxn : i 'fIxpeIieT1ce and of the State of Florida. Done at the L1I.
tLter hir ) and Ugh diiractor a'lWts-
cly, vLo is ix.t %-iy tL'-it-c in Ittr language t n % 20Hhda.Sid aimdSboiilder
MicLdto liinwof Mr. Stnle wh)ntt the roL.etu.t France Zulu Spain fut the i piotectiou of Ct1 et. But ) sIr of MUMC. F. X. FOKSTER, [ & E A t J Capitol, in the City of TalUhasee, this in tierces, half tierces and barrels now landing 5 do Best Brown > .
t(1ten theie uie Aii: <*rican diploiuatids here \vbu Lav f mii i 17th day of May. A. I). 1854. RICE Magnolia. Also Middling or broken sides, Sugar, 4
Lkn i.n1 M. CiiJttun. On Mr. S.e.t4ltiig SrriI41y of tciile; :,_ 1 00 Bbl.Extra and S per&i. Fbqr. : I
the iie, Le etn'wtt 1.r f.v i'kiitl .n c.l H tliuVrt-nt opinion. The question comes$ up f..r II |! May 22. MtinoS.) msj. 22 JAMES: E. BROOME. for sale by McN AUGHT A ORMOND. 25 do Rebelled
Syrup.
the fhsr ti iJ tht Cal.jirtei as ad-J |I liseus.-iiin at iLi* tiinc for the leinton, that n French} Governor of Florida Newport. March 11.18S4 10 do
25 ReeUQrsd
;
flt-et. .f txtntorJinary; I (.4Cc. Las nj.jK-ared off Culw.nnd F. Viti.trtr.cE Whiflkey.
tL&t .L. \\i iLt3 Su.ltt rvouid manage the nfluir B4. ;istj An Ordinance ATTEST:- 6 do Lard. '
get btr rid >f him. Mid Lc advised Lim to jrtn i that it* object* cannot be explained.; It n re i I To p'tA.M IA. rmrin.j (f Po-wd fond or otlrr Sccfetary of State. DAVID C WILSON 10 Cask Carolina Rice,
J M hard" It M e n Tally Uxight iu tii] >lmatic numbered, t< May 20, 1854. 20 3t
'y 0,1* vr Knelomnt attention of his 2 Boxes Tongues o
the
circle io Vi4s.tLitbetw.n ilr. fioule and the Queen, f'ltuK-rly, that in the liny ease and in the LOJKZcjbe vilin fte InnHx uf tin WAKES pleasure in calling cnsX -
City f TuU.ltiftfr 2 do Kaeearoni.
Caldcron will I* UougU to a cuuclubiouof Uw lfruch gyvemri.ut showed slime lattnUcuof tomers and the public to the choice and extensive
aome )E IT ORDAINKD NEW YORK. 8 da Star CaaiUc I
ly the h.tfr.ltt ,
kiod. ( intciiM.i.itii'u f.<- the prottctionof Cuba. I Und Com- assortment ofSPRING
The Britith Go t-niment have informed t'je' United l lStHt ) molt Cvvae'l af the ('it. t-f T"t]:], .- Gov4riuiuiit that they will send M naval force from and af-er thi .Lite St *shall not U !Sanf iii,] f.f m\y\ -saIe by BtftaTeEowL. ? 1 J

From CaliforniaTy U< take in'I] o
; the Xorlh Star at New York, from Callforolaibe w daitk-ularly| the j Jiurt .f.Silk.i. Tlie pnLabilitvu.th I unyf tU hrt'! i ts .r jnl l; S.ju.ires iilf\ City or COMMISSION MERCHANTS and is now opening for inspection. In the disposal 4' 1s

Wla wing luyns of utwa are mrUioned: t I ., f.-re, that tIe BritiJi Govrnmu-tit '. ill ti.hi. lt |I upon any onclot-uie) within the limits of this City any GENERAL whereof, he pledges himself not to ba undersold upon Copartnership Notice. .
iii\ruu-iit, t i tfcUiblieh mid retain umul I wikle 'ifi MI.l lnri i'titer btJ'.IlItC( (* ltflvingp.j.o, iffieon; yo. 20, OLD SLIP. the same term, by any house in this city.
6tatioiis the
A evolution La.j lirokeu out in Bogota. A nw :iuTth: \\ < ou j 1\ and all peit-m* MM fIiidin ', t-hall u CIttjCtUfl t Among the above, may be found a very rare and THE umlreigned bar this 'day entered iota ft en. '
itt I 4ni if 13 1*
( icernmeot La'.I brcn Ckt4khcd uiJjenersi MaylS,1SSI. in theWHOLESALE
.1 he FlJl nl.he lit- hIIil in selection ofLadles &
ii a j iB'ii. a ritrn ,f nt less choice
rydluestinn '" a fair wav to lie than
adjured.
<
l M--lo had declared himself dictator.! Geu
But it may ,KtL* *euletl tvrnty! er inure tLan law /nfrdi.llarR, and Fine Dress Goods AND RETAILfl'DxI1A
Ifernra and mrt of the National Congrts La l tied."Cu. f..rce HI the Mmrouul.at al|, and i|he BHliJi iiav.l) 'tiiiirnt of suit lCt.5 I tl.an tl.iity ilaja! impri Notice.DURING <

3Juurur was in Barmnguilla with a considerable as in the tfctIiicac. n.uy Uiwr.u J, a well four nx'uihs at the (ou-tiiii 4f the| Intendimt.Hir mnr) thaji my absence front the State, my son, consistiiig in part of : *. ,

force. The Guittilutioo of lbJ3 is U> be partially! th-ic-r. re of a vai 'sub; Bpain. any slave t>r ft eo JHT HI of ci-Vt r( 'tIylet1 I an '.fireaii and Bynl, at the Store of James Kirksey Brocade Silks Berage Robes Solid Cold C7DEX: THK HAJCX AND $TTL OP- 4 r:;'
attWs time
I lored. 0 .f Cuba. shall btf puuirlied than < U duly agent
ncquItIon h will quite Liitniie'siirvfsto : ; Ewi in Tallahassee, tay BARNARD 4V MAX"VVEfL.Tbey
and "* the Robes White French .
oiher Government cfBcera. The Qotctuorofisaaad -J power of the naval tillie vfSpiin, if bir /, in be inflicted l L.v the Miiithnll his tU'j-utv aid BENJAMIN BYRD. Fancy Silks, -
( 5flilla S&ota Martlia bad issued proclHiuntioiw, uniK.y ns very much. A row ith ?? allies, to piiiMiticJ ftir tH't" teas than thirty day* nor iiinre im- 1854. 48 gt Crape de Paris, Worked, wfll b pleased to ate their Mace
than 6 .
ttUib ou the pmiple to conie forward aud nsyist inm 1 ded, would Le Jettruclive to our Spain eontIerc'y wUge! hau- three ni
the iukurrecUon. aud nienfiures wne Uktti tu'fa 1 would expose it to priiatcrring. in ex it shall leteirc during Mid term of imprisonment PLASTERS OF FLORIDA. tyles. Figured CuaUiee, Jr. signof tb.)Iartair. eorrmfofHod "
U.*T for that purpose. The Corerrjor of Car- even on our uwu d uiix> stripes every Uti ilsys. thirty To THE Solid Col'd. Tan, Brown, Challey Berage. CUato aWtsv wltar* they wOl keep

Ltd himu0" the rebellinu. and general excitement ( Vet, it u ItyouJ a il 'uU. that u war ISCJlisjtlerej u-ail W lIistd lit Cciincil tLi/22d) May. 16(4. Cotton Seed-No Humbug.rpnE Drabs, Steels, Green Printed Lawna. a full *nd geotrml a sortm.at of articles appertaioinrx ,j
r* tr their line of btMUMss, and so1W the atnoaf of .
country. if it is WM. R HAYWAKD. ,
as likefy to occur, not .LttnJnt.
some
Advice & '
matter
ofOre but to dt tc
in aetna of all kiods
frua Mfe-Usippi
Muslins ,<
their
te goi4 dietiicts jf Australia undersigned, now White BerHgea, frieoda and ihepublie. :
are 1 nrlusKo nn the part of the admi iwtration. Attest-). W. Hirrcima, Cltik. .-. -
At the guid uusket active tfime Itl I ?,:..? home, baa nude arrannieufa with the ALSO full asstiHment of 1L BABAm.*.
"al that the Prttideut will June 3. 1854. 22Notice.
at 3 17s.9d. > supposed send a selection and imoroveWw
message most otf Ail Planters b the Laces and ErnbnHOene, HataandCaM, G.TBOUPMAXW1LL, I.
Dates (ronz th, ; erelou to Congrew, of a character even mole with Cotton Seed V the Boots and Shoes
war -
sodety Tsi,3 farcb 30th state tnetit of seed. to supply Bonnets and Trimmings, Febrn ryl.(4.)18S4.( ) S. 'z
that like than the me** ge of the 14th March.
three FtjeLicL 'ne.fwsr lie bs taken gnat pains to prueur.the Parasols and Fan. Wood mid Willow Ware.
in o 1eturDe4 (N.m iw Calj5 t Tahiti, two bay. This morning Mr. Slidell presented rnolutiona of SIX weeks after date I shall make application to next puratwsd cwp. beat aorta, and will enKg to furawh the Glove. Hose ic, Hardware and Cutlery, SeckSpec1efl.SpCCkU!

'aCirnaoawf 500 itntn abd md here they. the Legi Uture of Loui !una, expressing alarm at tlte1eooditioa Comioickiouer of Prnsiou fur Duplicate of I'Iatders of' Fl-rida with better seed* than have ever Ladies Gaiters, Hollow Ware and Iron,

Treaoi garrison at Tahiti nuu.U-rs 1 MQ.,ofwan Th. vt Cuba, and prospective abolition of Lund Warrant No. 42914 for 40 acres issued in favor bef.ire beau buught to the Stat.e. 11.. ''L deliver Tics and Buskin Ac, Groeeriea, LATEST. very in that I laud. .To the conversation that follow of Gideon Mortis. Uborgia Volunteers Captain Wa- the seed to the order of the Planter in St. Mark. Jo Gents Dress Goods, FabruayH,11u. _..

The C4i/oroia ed. Mr. Cla} tin declared UisLven Mr. Marcy, our ley's Company the same hm ing ben mulled to me during the uext fall or wjnt.erz4 iU p- And all other articles required by the country or -
Cvl. Tremout Legislature im adjourned. Secretary of State, did not, in his (Mr. Ca.) oju'bion. from Ntw York, kfid lost ou dan way here. Newport attested, u tii tb4 chailiCtel of the sr- town re ident In fine, our stock eonsict rather in the Notice. .

an4 will rcr fc rti a fdr.Itd.ieuete i for a railroad, believe e word about Cuban AfticAtiizatuio, anti that JOHN M. MIT1L tides Jijee fsrpil'.ft1'and the itasdiog iEth. Pite front ulntantial realities, than ia pnffi and outward ap-- A ierrn. hda2sfarapA.ttl. ,., .

'iJjccLT1. aci oy w iojjjcrtiut rePort .ou the \$ if Le did belief it, and had (sets to show the EiucuUve May 27,18-4. 21Notice. whoni thCJ aw obtained. Tb k dtfun *h Hl trill peanuices. .3 4): rikLGr. a.d ess..t of.q '

t"z (,U4Lt Iu iutifm us of those fueta. H. again a- be tL Big White Mexican, tU Vick, tbeHU and April 15.1854. 15 D. C. WILSON. County
gooJ ops lu CdiLirnia are Very vowed Lu own ditbvllef; the alleged measure of LitUeB rn. The Big Wlittfi Mciicun are the most the tim bylaw.ortkl* Mtie* wfflCbsrHT.

.&iebqwjj the Sibiiieh| (Jovirnmeot t< abolii-h slatery hi Cuba weeks after date, I will apply to the Honora ft in 3fldis.jiil as the most reliable stuck, Tobacco. rl.aded fe bar at tbt1r raeov.ry;'
TeJa .ttigbt
k" ? i''covtred!. near PLj Tluj Nrbra,ka Bill is beCnre the Seriate the SIX t'rn'ate Ut the others if desired.Phlaters .
either
tnm.. j queaf P. W. Gwynn. Judge of fur Leon but 'will npJY 1TJST reeetved a large lot of IB. varioot brand oJ Zkbare reqosutSitto mA.
'e i alrvilcm.nJ S-n FrWieeo. f J being mi the Hd ptt<>n of the Clayton proviwi.Hie .- Gwirity. f
'k )fl$ j Pro- Bill till pus vitLer with or without the pniviiwi. Mary :A. Ikzeau, deceased, late of ssid Coutrfr.T1103. Court Hou**, Horida, P ..g DTJTToy at'eo.t and charge D. 0. WLIO)(. 'StarlCT tod Ex-offitfe A.toi

Da:5 But ley ui i'.iii of tl.t- Bill ite not pwuraUy JidpofcdLaiirJ < J. PERKINS. Apnl M. 184. is 1ia' 19, M JL Sir 11
C.1iiRi! : to April 5tb, ttatc Lu lie u-tLru of tLt J3JJ to the Hvt ,. 'v2's 1681. ?) fi LrteiI95lI tf



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JUDSON'S .Just liectrcdt; ; per,iie-i1---; I IA :D :Ei. A. .es, I ATTENTION1.AI1.. f 7 -'.wNIMANNELILeti

r f. FRESH supply.,f DRUGS and MEDICINES, 1IESSRS BETTON & WHFTAKER wklflMtocall .
pisit' I
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CHEJdCAlEXTRACT 0 FLORIDA, I ZgMleegjj
TALLAHASEE
V.1. Attention
the
to tlegant .ot1ID. p
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.' PaiuU, OiU Dje-Stnfls, Ac, your '.
S -ALSO300 d Wholesale and Retail Dealer In Good, reciivedper H'tfcwia," and adapted to, ua icv. MeLIcIuiNp -; ,"
It' I sole .. .1
us :
7t. .....1'. Ounce Sulphate o.-qnlnlll. Far I JA: DRUGS AND HEDICLTfES. \w.n. 1:1edr p -; .
.. linind. D. H. AMES. I -0 If putt
I I.i. For llir Complete Cure or Congli. Edgings and Inserting of 9e-wi. j'"iiic
April 22. 1 1854. 1/ Dyeslufl*, Surgical Instruments are DOW o
t'1 p CoSde. liiUu iix *. A ilitnn. BIWIC PhFrVnT. : Window C lass. Paint, SWISS Ed'dgs: db Ins'ng Maltese Edging pries of ONE BU5DBED DOLJ.a
: .. chill "pUllntr: vIBlo"d, and nil
,.e Oils, Varnishes, Putty Manufactured Tobacco Valencine clear pr from tlie DM of t.-JDadaiDea 151
'O, other Lmiff Complaints tending toConsumption. mid Glass Ware, Patent Medicines $myma Real II 1500 to 11000A j r.depmdfegoni tl ". it .

,' k !; CHERRY AND LUNG WORT Fine Soap. Fine Tooth, Pure Wines and Brandies Saxony 'S Smyrna .rl. II".
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and Hitir Brushes, for Medicinal purposes, Blonde IaWhite W. wish to Mil the atUntion of.1'

,.K:u FO* THE ct*t OffoosUs Paint Bnishe, Fancy Articles tioolarly to oUr newly iortnted and 'DJ--

a ',"r ti ., folds, Iloarsness, Spitting THIS prepnrati. is getting into use all over our Harden Seeds, Fine Havana Segars. Goodk. Hfachlie t8cw,with a Siile
.'' '. The nlllllt'rIlWJ J letters we receive from lIe has recently received ner brigs Asa Sawyer and JAfONET Cambrics, Swiss Mnslin
TIM instrument
1' -i ; of Blood Sweats Aethma admirable *
Kight M 10 |fa
: ; Mont.'nk Loge and Fresh of ,. eontri
a *
Ir's 'ur '.,riot's; agent informing us of cures effected in npptif every variety J Check Book *i perfect in ha and "tt
' .t :( Liver Complaints, and their i.nmcdiatfl htllrll"'I\II. Wlttl'nht:8 in saving IIr articles usually kept by druggists. Planters and Striped Nainsook the operation multtUt\
uwjualified approval of aUto
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t ." it is one of the liert. if 1I..t tlu'"I'r) l lft. Cough Med. \ PhyeidnniJ1 always find at this establishment a full IViUol'd Curtain art anrio .

CONSUMPTIONDEATH .(.,n Minv lk fore tile public. It "ll1)fSt"ariaIJI: re.eves r 1t supply uf every thing needed, and on the most liberal Linen Bishop' Lawn. i. the only: macLine* by hMcbinery.i. that cmo.make For'II' t1lii
erms. I a
nnd not unfrequently cures the worst cn- .ilJ
very
l. '. can be and has been prevented in th- all other cujfli prep:1raliulfIRVl') failed. Order from the Country promptly] filled and sntsfaction remain distinct and braotiful wnW j F
S. es.'Iiefl Goods. "
f. :..;. flC cases bv thU wi'f'> f,irr> fimlUDSONT I "this has relieved ,the patients, as Druggist (dealer in i guaranteed, with regard. both to prices and Mourning work and every ort of leather Ssw41

4. ii; i' S CHEMICAL EXTRACT OF CHERRY Medicines and Physicians can testify. Ask the Agent t quality. Physicians prescriptions carefully com- B r/K all wool de woe, Black Satin king-Mattrasses and all Sewing m yniel. Glwo'-

*; K t 1". : r. AN'P LUKUWORTH. me.licinc. unlike mn"if nearest town what has been his experience tot! joundetiAlso. Bombazines, Hair Crape STRENGTH OF SEAM IS REQUIRED 'tJIe i "wy

.I. thp iteut remedie (If.the day i is the result of tin the III your effects of this medicine. Ir be has' been selling! it EPPINO'S COMPOUND FLUID EX- Figd Silks French '.>f this machine canoct be equalled. It ie ,j

c. .j.., rarefal: ttiidn and experiinrntt'vf t-oientific and frp i for length of time, be will tell TRACTOF BUCHU. Watered do English pie in its construction sad mad more easily man I Iami
you
:
& .i. i'.ne'I{ Phy-lriaii; The two principal ingredients any Dl'cerlLer 2", 1853. 61 h Plain) do M'ning Sleeve
Mate I lvi; been known and celebrated. IT IS TIlE BEST MEDICINE EXTANT. Dn, J0tT r.cr.i: --.- -.- Hereafter we .hall be prepared to supply nrtov
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:
t. WILD CHERRY: : BARK.-When the strength Below we give a few extractfrom, )'I'rs we liar Glass Oils, White Lead, Ac. Handkerchiefs. Sewing mAt'lliDt.-eaeh perfect and compl -'l Of.
this it i acted it the best medicine known received regarding the virtues of this medicine. SOMETHING kind at the cub
h.f.3i t: IT)1' ry *xti lately BOXES Window Em'd following prices.I.
| flf} Glass assorted sizes, H'd'kfo. Ladies Hem St'd HMtfs.
f for curing the worst Coughs audotlrer Pulmonary disriuxs Dr. S. S. Oalin of 'Knoxville. Oa., saws :-T havi- NEW AND VALUABLE.ThcmMt J."i/1 110 kegs White Lead, pure,extra t No. 1, LADIES Cbric .* Tape Bordered Needle and sLultle mactfce of present
1
r.:: ;; .: i it l 1'IjIt'n" the phlegm and enables the sufferer t > been using your Liverwort and Tar very extensively powerful King on the far of the tinhe now barrels Luwred Oil, style011 wooden box .. ..........ICCf
; fipoctorate wily"and alone will cure the worst cold In nv pactice foi three years past and it it with rl.;;. ,1cnn upreme in the American -pul.lic. The pow r 6 Lard Oil, Collars & Sleeves. 2. Needlt. and shuttle machine of present
f>r cougli,which if neglected always leads to Consumj .that I state Iwlief its over all of the rrowneJ hf".! of Knroj: "* fink into InpigOlllrallc.wh..n 20 Kegs Ziuc Paint stylo on iron frame ...
} sure my superiority romp'\ni to that of our American Kine. .......... ....,));
JMilll' If' tlon.I' other articles with which I am acquainted, fur which Knrop._n King employ Sits ". r ".-I.J in them tobereft. 2U packages Fire-proof Paint, (bbls. and J bbls.) E I M[n'J Collars, Embroidered Sleeves J.Needle and shtttle machine with newly
l' LUNG WORTH.-Thi;* \* a plant' the virtues of It\ is recommended.Messrs. ..the iirh< of the rich and lor-lljr, and 10 r.dur 2 barrels J'tifie,11&nle Oil, Mourning Lace vented feed suetiom afcd cheeked spring..|j j|
; !;.. which known but to ."'' mWry all" Ut-nradatlon the poor sat d >u- Huniton Settaof Sleeves A Collars.
-\1't' to few it said
are (( by the Fit/herald k Bennett writ illg from WaynesSlle dent, Our Amrficun King coen forth with t'CJulllwll1inor' 2 Train Oil. 1 bit! Copal Varnish 4. Single threaded machines for iiot1erliubtsewing.,5..4,4.4 and
L' V4'. :: : nrwt learned' l men of all time-, that nature ha* pro. N.C. say:-"Hie Llwnvort and Tar are beetiing IHI to ih.lordly' mansion mnl Ininihle' cuMii,n'.<1y niikU Spirits Turpentine' in barrels nn l nt r tnil. A gen- .,.. nj
,, ,'\: viJoJ a remedy for udlanl't'r)' di-vase," and the daily umrc popular in this country, and we > anilniKtrr ri IW-f "n, tonaVr hmlth nnJ liappino" 10 rrd l ortiucnt of Colors, Iiru.ohcs.und other Painters' Silks, et cetera. 6. do. threaded machines krsewingbags,

1, ttJ.( \, discoveries that ar! daily made: go to prove its truth. hmkjuMlv 110 All who have tried it peak coinneuditbly the l rty an.llo.I,, the rich and the poor. -naU-riala. D. H.AMES. ( 1 LACE Silks. White Satins, sacks and carpet bag,......... .f i jj

1" '\"r.J.; :r', It"/ Lnn;icoilh i* donbtlrtt tfif rnnnlif drvigmd ly nat \ of it, and pay it i i"' very bcnefieial in alle\i- nit. JOHN BULL'S December 24.185S.1 51 '3- :Marcelline Silks, Inack" I. do. threaded machines for shoe work

'. "' ;! \ turf for Conmnnp'ian. It IA I healing t properties nre ating the complamts, : f"r which it is recommended." GREAT! ftMlEAN im OF O f Fall! Florence Crape Liessee. aDd leather stHcfeing.,...........$Iu

,. C1f ii.. .:'. truly wouderCul. and the rapidity with which, it curon Our Agent in Picken DWrirt, S. C, Mr.[ S. IL Me- Wines, Syrups, &c. Bl'k Fig'd" Tarfctoofl a. II'aI Col's. 7. do. threaded machine with apparatus

4:f ,t.1.,! S'' the worst ca-e, of Ulcerated Lunir, .()ut1iiflgand subduing i Fall, ji ''' Jt1. all irritation almost, iiumediately is a proof of I family Btid recommends it to his lI(igJ.tXN"lit' t>1e-*i"K errr oT.-i( >.l tn fflicie't humanity ; to the"altering OLD Otard Brandy Fresh Dates, Drocade" Dl"k. .. 8. do.threaded machine of extra size forquilting

t'\f' t Jt' its adaptation! to this d'ncase. These two artioloe cmnfitnrd I own give nn instance of u negro woman in his \ieimt\ maii-l: m1.ion|;You,hate the liorfor only fo can u'wy thi relief ui*,!
s 'f :\Jt"j w.._. with other purely vfyelallc ingredient", form amedicine who; had been Buffering with disease of the lungs for; thwe ,ho mill .mfl<-r. anil will not. accept the piffer.dliait&i. Madeiia, (OM Purt.J ; ", 9. do. threaded machine of larger six*far

.q'.1.: J \' (' that i is certain cure the 1 worst caws of Consumption attended with severe cough who was relieved uV TTa not rhe pity of tbrir fnuilir Sherry, Sparkling Cider, Ribbons & Trimmings. quilting extra 'zed linings.j.....'11t
14. :.t1f.r; : ,+, if taken bolore the sufforer entirely ear Title won-Urful ineax-iite. diriiif; the brif perioj since ../ndon Porter, Scotch Ale 10. do. threaded machine adapted to
pros-
and
liv t the Liverwort Tar. hit* urrk-.I! hi> inr. the li' rn ofthou'evdm. lapBeaming
It. lutr..II..tloll p|' tn
ONSET ,
I Sash Black Silk
t
; trate Do u-It be discouraged trial can d., no harm Brandy Pea'hec Brandy Cherries, 1) Rib'ns. Fringe coat sleeves.
r Such the good reports we bear of this medicine au l. !; .ta ;: but will convince, the imwt sceptind of its real worth. are of the South. For of the fore rvgnr.l it ouly a< a piinful a".IIIIIO't.lIl."t.nl'lI Ra"r.bcrry Syrup Sardines. _J_J Taffeta .: atin" Zephyr Worsted, .Embroidering Machine making an ornamental -
from all parts: a report sur- To the wind with cit Ijiiiiui-ntn. Kmbr -"tinn<. ".In Velvet. & Bell Worsted ,
; II. THOUSANDS OF CONSUMPTIVE Strawberry Fresh Lobster Cap Bindings
'C{ ii' PERSONS has in the Western North- ) stitch with two threads........| .
'* irWng cures it performed niilfru and 1'.ln Kxtnwtord: and Irt nUlirM of ,!IJtongu5 .. .
lot'mlln" Silk Braids White Cord Bobbin
; : ;\ ., have been deceived repeatedly in buviiig medicines and Eastern States,we would invite the suffering prfM-Uiui the merit of the grr.rAmpriten Shad. assorted. ]2. Machines of large size for Sewing awnings
J8-;';;\.. '. wlii'h wore s.iid to!l be mfnlliblr cures.:but! which have (rn to read, the pamphlet; which accompanies each I\h'lor r mv a prep.irafinn co npod unlrly of je;.ia- Oinper Salmon, White Silk Fringes Snake Cord 4 Tapes. and ships sails with fixtures andapparatus
; patient blei and ruote, AWd C'a'J ri"h ndbonnfeoui Pine "
j v. ve 1 only pla'\'c.llIIt; !! $ tliiw iiicvlicinc i t is not only Kttle. To all we say, have h"pt'llu\'e b"pe .(iil.We prudured by own Apple Clams. complete from......f 400 to $1800
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,,1 1.! : 1 .1.I: r'Juj Dru. s'an lone tii.d: will pr.>ve i iI'hin il a"t."u TRY THE MEDICINE of what w end what in not a vluubl.l.iui! > ui,'.-ll- Currant (Ia,. to Peaches, a l. 'd and colored Kid Gloves of work on reasonable term The Machines peealiant arc
to do UI a .perial l f tor by giving the Kina <>f "> -rf1'.LADIES Mcurely >
fcm l t. : c1i; 'at'btttt'r than nertions certificates BE WARNED IN SEASON cine Sparkling Gelatine, Tamarinds ..
; or '
any a 'a Silk for to
; : ; a innle tril l and if fati fart<.r), ei rt ll -ir iiillnenceio packed transportation any part of &s
; ; ._ in runj} Huuption: aiiil I all dii ens of f the Lung< and neglect not that oongh which i il4 daily weakening iti "'alr. -oniDinud it. "|>eik well and oftm <.! it, Flavoring Extracts, Spires, ui1w Beaver world, and full printed instructions for using and 1"P-

..f :;: i an I Liver.. suMi nil Spitting of U'loJ. C.mdll" Pai" in your et>iiMitiitii I I >n. irritating your throat and lung, and and Pee that i it U u..d by llmlr.. Hlflicted n.ich>x r'. th The.irufffrinjf Yeast Powders Pickle. Cashmere ** ing them in order are furnished with each matbiaf
Indies are al a C\I chin'"hl and when the* iudum
Corn
"I tht *i Starch, Salad Oil, a' Buck anntlett? Machine needle Silk twist
: .'. T. 'it.. friends to UoIfI thin really TitUialil* medicine on spools S cord Hut
rr'I!: '. Ca'filsl.-Tlb' protect our own ns well as the C.>nsuiiptive loothinir and I healing 1 a remedy can \l.e obtained Dr. they will be doing an act of l-ii*?<.!"iir. that they can Olives Capers, 'a Bl'k Silk Mitts thread, Ac-always on hand and for sale at lowest CMS

,,.J.-: .' sufferer we ;ire nhTLed i<' cnut-on all to find Rogers' Svrtip 0 of Liverwort ahd Tar. well be proud of This i< a powerful and.. tfuly .mii burn<'.lrxuiedy Worcestershire Sauce, Cticoa. Worsted price. Principal Office, No. 822 Bn-adwaj,N.Y.BaASca .
.e for all eitern-il "
: ;-$.' ..:... :. 'he signature of COMSTOCK t BROTHER on the BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS .,., and fur many io'ern l afflioiiuni,I.in a certain cure, English Mn!tard.: D. H. AMES. October 29. 183. 43 Or runts}-VI South Fourth Street Pkidriphia. -
*1."._'.+.;,.:.... .i' trapper, without thlllit i is worthless counterfeit Iturrrbrr ;,. imitations. The article is yet it H perlectly b'tmile.. and luc"("tilo i>f pl"olu..juiltbe December 2-1, 1b:a. 61 15' Baltimore Street Baltimore. 47 He-
anti base genuine signed _
"t. effrt-ts in or
the dutiea'.ea5
I: this.CARLTON'S. leant injunoun most --4
1't AGENCY OF THE iTNA INSURANCE CO. over Street Boston. 197 Elm Street, Cincinnati.I.M.3L50EJHCO..
the around
i.* r.:. ANPHEW ROGERS, on engraved wiupper the weakrit constitution. FRESH GARDEN SEEDS
LINIMENT FOR THE PILES, Ac. el- to follow the oM and worn-out ,
It il entirely u >! .
:, ) = -It is )W used in the and iu the of publishing tA th public thouMod of c-rufl- TIIC March iS 1834. 11 -
; :11 l .f-i u< principal hospitals, six bottles fur Sold yitem GROWTH OF 1853. 3mWaknlla
4i 'g4 '' ?1 per bottle or ?5. catel of nundeni ivrfanurd by bin nie-liciim. U COllI' ill receive application fur and make insurance
.ku p .'!- ::" i vale practice of our country by nn immense mini wholesale uid retail; by SCOV1L & MEAD but twentj-flre ceu'i to try It ; and Dr. Hull; i'.k. tailw.llertvd RUT A Brtcn, Flat Turnip,Cublwge.Hoet, Ac.,just against I los by fire. on Brick and Frame Buildings -- -
; : r of individuals and families, first and mo t certain- oo the King of fain duiug ail and Iron Works
l' ?. > > .. Sole agent* for the Southern State, to whom all reputation \'(.!. D. H.AMES. Furniture Merchandize, etc. ,
:v .. : for the cure of the PILES and also extensively inure than )he rUinin fur it.V .
; .r. orders and applications Agencies must beatldrcss- \ would auk. b.,. you the th..amAtl or Omit: December ?4, 1S53. 51 January 29, IS3. 4 B. C. LEWIS. :NKWPOJWj fUOKIDJitn
1 to baffle uuless
f 'H'4-., effectually ns credulity whore its
k- :: ed. tbeM are not pleasant rnUlI.ltui'l1l4.( and we know that
HIS EatablJrmieBt is win full ill
DO operation
: .vr rts are witnessed Extcrnilly iu the following com Barnard would like to drive tU u away u luou aa l'o..b'., Metallic Burial Cases.
you
b.- Sold also by D. II. Ames, & Maxwell JL
> ; orders will be attended with ui
," "its -Dropiy Steelling If"'wnatiNm. Acute then UM promptness
: or Extensive Assortment of
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: .. Nash it Co. Tallahassee W. Rogers & Son. Chattaioocce
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; 0 all work done with neatness and di _
;r ;. I. : ," InfcgiriliimntZiate e(*t.8',rt 7"/'roat, 7/t/M' nCLL'S Kixn or PAIN. pateIL.
J '. :'; '" *. .. L't'i'l" Jliirni, dfe. Sm and Ulcers Whether ; Goo F. Baltzell Mariauna ; Jordan A Davidson Would you be cured .lioo.t imnie Ita'ely, of Bowel SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS. All kinds of work such as Steam Work.Mill Wort,
t. '. .' ", '. or of long standing and fever Its Qnincy; A. II. Wilson, Newport; Samuel Pu Complaint, UMientery.J'iiniiDerk'ompiamt.. Cholera Mi>r- Gin Gearing. Sugar Jim. Circular Saw }t. irtnySbafing
sores '
? opera Monticello. bu,tramp I'ohc, H.ad AcUe. Tootli or any otber acbe
.V4 lest on. would call the I'ulleys Haugers. Plough Cutivp Brat
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t upon adults nnd children iu reducing rheumatic or pain, the remedy U tliupie and the cure...rt..o.U HEIR&RIIST respectfully
*t :-t,:. ,s'"'i'-:". "ing and loosening coughs and lightness of the February 18, 1854. 7 4meow E TIIK GREAT KINO OF 1'AJM. TII i-: uiidT.i;iird keeps constantly on hand van and friends to the ex Castings lc.. also Sugar Kettles of say *e.esuV 1:1.)1&

5 i. '<.: .-. V t; t byrelaxation 1 of the I part, I has I been surprising.od J U. MAHCIIISI'SCELEBRATED Woull hare IIlIr Sore*. Swelling'. CUM, flume, 111 "'zt-s 1'f the Patent Metallic Burial Cab& ti'ui'aud tasteful assortment of Spring and Summer constantly' on hand. All work done ta sncb aa
you j Go d!, which they are in bmeDt'wiU be duDe by us, wit a ptrtiemlai regard
:. />sq. eon eption. TIle cotnuiou remark of those rVa4! Bruitti, or any other wouudi ueaied, we repeat mentioned iu the ucci'iiijianyiiig I certificate. now opening. Consisting
; :f. vv : has *lIed it iu the Ftltt, i is "It nets like n charm." CATHOLIC V, ace the J. A. EDMONDSON.WASHI.XOTOX part ofGents to the strength and durability of tie work

J J.JI'. :I.- warranted please nny person that will try It. ; i MAGICAL KING OF PU*. I' Black. t Colored.a Alpacc. Sack. at Frock Coats. Competent Workmen always in readiness to put r>

< ;.. ;.. Qution.-Never buy it unless you find the fac FOR TIlE CURE OF SUFFERING FEMAL1S Would yon be cured of fOra I ll Head.tt\ Jolnti. Pore April 6th.MESSRS. LU8tre II Engines, d-e.
? Throat. Neuralgia,Sore Urfa, t.u.ulo"lO.Tetter ur King II. Cvbmerttte" Terms will be liberal, and all work doM strictly
Comstock t Brother .
of [ .
r FI RTMoxn
:t. t 1.! signature < proprietors K ANt ,
f InvKili ;
W orul. )lt Uheuiu. Ultra of l'oillOhooJ Chapped lJ'Ete II rrden business firm in tLs
rA.f ITSTA\DSprN'm. Drap cash or accepted on some
-> lie wrapper. I /I z Ilaudi. cut ali other :nre.. eilher dry or ruuniiitf, we (}F.\TI.EWKN:-\\'v witn -'"t-'i the utility of vour or- "
:,. \:' '1I :' tive ay agaia cud again, iota HIM IDT U l>r. Jubu Dull nanit-ntal I'atentht.iilie[ Burial Ca..c.u.j, l to Mcnno place. Tallahassee, or Qomcy. ,
LARZETTS conVey
.t f; ,' iF\FSES-Lfoe Dr. ACOUSTIC .iJl4'6'! powers in all the Paletots Liberal prices paid for old Coffer and Bnsv
;: '<. '. for the CUl'tt.of Deafness. Also, all thl'l'p.dia.. ;' urA diseases fur which it is KING OF rAI! ." the rcmuill..f she late H(>n. John' C. Ctilh<>tm to Drap D'Ete a. All letters be addressed toM.H.POND
ok t ;.. : able noises like the burring of insects falling of recommended. called Would yon 1. cured of Kinjpi; Krll.: (fanrer,Tumori the C".iijr! "!'-ion.il Cni'tery which itnprc-tsed iw with Clouded Marseilles must (post paid)
J,. .:.; : r.-uitiou| or any di> *f he Skin cau-el bylwpureblOCJJ. the (belief that) it i it the Itt..t article known to us lrtran'r.rtinr t CO.
of which
I'r. whizzing steam, are symptoms of aniching FCMAM3 COMPLAINTS. then u' tim John Hull' .er.I-tp.flIa lnu>ru ily, II Wallace Cloth Frock Coals, Jannai-yIIS54. g ]"?&' .
It : ;' ''. ': dcaine Persons who have been deaf (for and the Kin< of Pain externally, no'lnnj cau be uureCerlalo the dead! t< their final reatiotr-place. Chambra Bnde. "

... 'r' j' -, 'Ity years and were subject to use ear trumpet, j :$ Ofthe than a peedy and elJ.ctu..lrunr. With respect vet mlreriour! "elvi.*, Your c are
... : -i s after using ore bottle. (wen made well. TrolnpKIH DB. JOHN BULL'SPRINCIPAL CIaI.lt AtchL-on, Jeff. Davis, I. aaa'
$ J: '. "b' Uteri, or Falling Lewis"C>i's, A. C. Oreen W. II. Kin Fancy Gingham JeST RECEIVING farther stock of SOM m
AND % !
OWNERS OF DEALERS
IIORrv.t
I\ 0 IN O FFICK:, Brawn "
. t' 'I ..t .. _' ..-< ,..... Z".J.. OtCrnrs r. l1..: O.i booa ,
CBOU Siairr a'
Fin BELOW
I 4. ".l t,: :( Split! hoof, Hoof liound Horses and Cuntrnc.1 _- or \" ; Chronic Iu l.OCIiVlLUS, IT. J. M. Mason. J. Ik-rrieu, '.V. P. Mangum. White. and Buff )I.in>tills Vests, I pnces thAn it san b. bought in say of tie 1 harp.
: *
. -1:?if./ .. and l'Feverish Feet Wounds Bruises in the Fle"h 'v \ fbmalionUtI UWra October, 1S53.: .. 39 tf a. and fancy cord Welting. ." kets Nt rth. Traders will do well to exaniiM u $
ton of the Womb Incidental Brown Linen before ordering tbefr Spring stocks. Till f9r
1f SALE BY DUGGIST&iIRCIIANT3TUlt6UUour -
::4 led Cracked Heels ; POR
(t1. Bocks Scratches" Cuts Kicks ---- -- '
.,;Ii. : 7/i fie ,' a' Black Drap D'Ef Pant, with attacked to desiring iL A
.. horses. Hemorrhage, TIIK UNITED 8TATB3. ( Ttlljt Cuiirt (T 3fad'nn C'oim'y Jf-dl't .. samples prices any
\'t: on or }Floctdinfr painful the .S7 ilf l-'lui id-i Titm I. ELwtizue credit to bt of April will be given where any qoio
!.J"(;'"r'e wtio"-All of the above named article arc told ; H>. IL AMES, \gtftit, TalLhissee. Crt."ifij of -tj.ring 1 8:4.J II Meriuo U D- LADD.>

\., ',4.P.It 'v:, ; 1 bv Comstock & Brother. 2 St. Peter's Place) di- Suppressed Menstruation, or Irregular twith (., Aprii29,1854.1 _ 17 _..__ f.m J Robert J.Bi-hop and Chandler 1| Queen's Cloth tity NewportJzziuaxyl.lS54.i is required. I

I..t' >.r, I ly in rear of the Astor House, between Barclay all their accompanying (\'illl. (Cancerno Spring and Summer IL Smith partner. tising the j j Attachment.name 'a White and fancy Linen Drill Pinto, *
'."J\ ,1't1.-. 1 I'eictt. tsn one door from JJ"o Jwau. New York. matter bow s-iverc or of Low long exfPpted ) and stile" of Bishop JIUUllllf sworn to, Blue and French Cottonade. Asa 3f ay,administrator of Richard *

.\: ; ;rr L.. vbom all orders must be directed. Also by ED. The Catholicon far surpasses other remedii-s Mauding. in being c1cD-t1aia ulith. "'. J ?410 25-100 Brown and Bleached .Jean Drawers. B. Cole and; of Caroline Cole and in
g
J' ',r-L1. ARD BARNARD only in Tallahassee who'is the less expensive 8ndlt'n\'ln Charles ItIl 5eU. j Litien Bosom Shirts. Merino UndersLirta liwown right. and Margaret iL Cole,

t L "( ';:- 'y wholesale dealer for Florida and will supply tem m.oreccrtam.in a better condition. Let, all the interested 8\s- NOW rewiving.fine nl tbe well known staim III A. B 'TIlE Defendant and all other persons in'eretefl' Gents fashionable Black Silk Hats t wife of said Asa May, Complainants In Chanwry

,' );/..: atry merchants at the lowest prv-e Br Johnson in such a medicine call nnd obtain persons n ortmnt: ofUEAD required to take notice the commencement '* Drab Beaver "i. in JeSntoa.County.
,.: v t: -' Monticello E. Scircs a painp'tt.ijiee. \-:"" DE CLOTHING. of this suit and and Bnrwell McBride admin f ralor of .
Eppcs, Tliomarvile, Ga .) contaIning ample proof.fro-n to appear plead to the declaration Black fur Drab brush and Pearl Hats, ,
| *., ..lt'.ks.K : .'..>*. 1 I'in e'.ry 1 town.'I source, of the happy results nf its use.highly together respectable! with {niUibl': fir Spring nnd Summer wear, comprising in filed in said cau l. Boys Black
6s letters from rfrl "5 experienced wh. part flip followinu articles: *. M. WHIT SMITH, Infants fancy Pear! HatsFancy, and wVe,Caroline M.: ay.and the I
ph\Firia.
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SiiA' J: :( Executors' Notice. have Used it in their practice: and wak: fiom their Drown find White Navy Drill Frock .t Sack 0'>: N, O. M. LKE Goods. I children and heirs of Richard B.Cole. |

k : 4q IX months af'erdate. to-wit: on Friday the 2lt own .l.!crv"lions.UcFFRr.NCF Fancy mill \V.it| <* I.i'lI'li' I Driil) II.| > .I| > .d],) Attornf-rs for Plaintiffs.fadjann II and Caroline Cole deceased De j

4":4M J day of July next, I shall present to the Court of <%--rr' f. D.-.nliar. M. D na tunore Md.T. -. Clitudcd} aid Wliilif'r,K-k iiii-1 Sack Cait, C.1L March 22,(April J l":) S54. 2m 3 O>Ribbons olred Satin of all qualities. Bonnet Cap, Wbita and fendants JTT

,v ?4>- ? bate, fgr the County of Gidi.ilcn. my account and C.0rnek.i.r! >, i II:dt t imc e.M.[.1' i I'. 1J. I iwkhnn. M i St i-iped in.l Plain (:III-.,ramJlI'k: CVints.Hl'k ------ -Notice.'- Velvet Ribbons.I .Ribbons Black White and Colored :. appearing br afBdaTit of J. T. ArclrtV M

t' .rf: .. :chen as Executor o"f the Eetatu o: Reuben\ RUleRs, 1>.. Uticn. N.; V.;: D. Y. IO..NM.. I), .Svraei- N. V.- and C 1M I Drap d l Km: Sack and Frock Coats, 1 defendant, Borwell McBride resides out ti. Stilt
.' .J 4".} .' r t. cased, and apply' to the Judge of pnij, Couit, for ail M. H. Mills. }1. IX. Rochester. N. Y.: L H. i'.o.niii", : .1., dii l1l11l1wr C'ulli do ii!, SIX nwntlliftt'r date the 1I1I1'rlined1mini..trn- Dross Goods, of Florida it is ordered that said iefcudsat ',pp*'

:. "t ('- '- p' 1 discharge: of which, nil parties intetested, will M. I)_ Cir.Kii'l.iirJ: .t :. Y.: W. W. lU..." M. ]>.. City; : \\litf. nn-1! C..1M 1 Diiil I Taut?, h nf tln estate of Juhn (J. l>:iwU. deceased. Lit Con.'istinflf ii part and answer the complainant's Bill en or before twtiret

,' t 4.1 .AM take DOt.i P.. BURWELL B. WILKES of New Y"rkV.. l'ree'stt. M. D. Cou -.nJ. N. II. 1 I'aiK'y Marsrilki I';ttt.. of (;.ii-'l| "-n CClUlltV.yj1J present her final arcnunt and Plain rod printed Embroidered Lawns, Monday in August .a!, otterwi tie lam if!
t F'.itui'v -illl..ro ,1"! vowher? to th<* .Jud I o of Probate of naid 1 C"tIIly. and Black and 2d
Cil fr Mourning.
Executor of R. B. Hicks, deceased. Pamphlets ran Us had gratis ut tie drug Ktoies of Summer wear be taken pi o tovftfto against bim. Provided a tJ1fJ
.'. ic1k', .., lUk Drim d'Kta .1. .1.! .10'FIUf'V ask tOJ 1 lie .ii-.liarged. ELIZABETH [RAWLS: }'Iain, Printed and Embroidered
; January ai. 1854. ( m.r 8 the _fitlliiWinrr_ Ar" ) tb Orgaudiet, of thi order b. puNished in some ewep pf pc.
---- n '
"W'
: -C. no lart'l J IH. I J.;i il. 11 fun; Administratrix.Jn .
1). II. A PE5. Tall..ha H> FAIRBANKS'-- l4ighi; Spring bilk Vfet. Black and 2d I"umir.g' and Colored MXt1ORDEKIO
'; PALMER BROTHER I Monticello, lIt ('Iff wt Court for JIndi\on t'uu"tljd' Baregrt, next preeediof tie said rule daym Angus
'3Ik; SAMUEL: PULESTO.V -A 1.'m- j.1oJfi.l'r- Black. Colon-d. and Embroidered Tissues, rr CUAMBXM. J.WAYLES BAXZX.Mareh .
; PLATFORM SCALES do. C.rttiit of liar ijtiite (1 Spring Term 1854
ABEL A JUIFFLV. Apahiehicola. A general assormcni of ShirK, CrJlurn. filovr. Cravnt Plain anti Printed! Hernamy, (4th) it. 1854.4m 10 jDdp.
I.' Do. A. R. JmXLI Y. *. H..lcrra t'r', UndcHiirts and vanous other George Draper and) Eleaer"I Black and 2d Mourning sad Colored Gughama -. -
: tONG KNOWN-SEVERELY TESTED Alligator.letter art ides t t". nuiiK-toiiH i to lLPstit.ii.A ( I 1!. KldiiJge, partners! using of all qualities, PROTECTION INSURANCE COMP AN'I
., -ALWAYS BIGHT, TIn ACKNOWLEDGED ultrf'slt'tl to Meters[ Bench A Brovnsnn full the Iam"luJ style of Draper Attnchmcnt.Ami.unt and -
of
l: p. t nMortmetit Cl"'th'. Cashmeres, V"(1 tii)? Piling Insertings of all descriptions HARTFORD, CONDC'flCl1'J'.
Aeents Nc ljem C. II
nt
S. C.. by Rtv. Kct. C. k EU-idge,
STANDARD. which) tie! l'ul"'I'ril"'r> is prepared to inainif.u-turp to sworn to Colored: ) Panusnls and Parasolets.

; .jenU-New Tort.FAIRBANKS Co.89 Waterst.t4 t. Beard of same State. rdor on the sh/'rtc-t iK'tijtin j tli* nif!t approvedtvle. "C- $'5-1 78-100. Black anti tM Mourning Parasols and Poet, Capital Stock, a 5300,00

:' GU: JI SPRINGS Jan. 9. 1851. 1 ami host |x>s,iblc inancer. All III want of good Chance nll "cll. Gloves of all descriptions.S nndersi. Agent of tie abort CoW t
:: February ;5. IBS t. 8 fim M 'sr BrArn A BBOW.VH SIBH defendant nnd all other THE .abwM'
i\- : I send for an- Clothing, rail.C2 THE persons interested [>ring Capes Collars and Visittes pre psredtotakefi.ksag1bt Fut
Wanted.DRY o'her bottle elf your-Mardiiisi'ri, Uterine C.itholi.-ou." : ?- Orders from the country promptly attended take notice uf the commencement of this suit, Liuen Cambric handkerchiefs, mgs and taeir ee teats,en the *uust favojabls terns
My wiMia* been afflicted l f"r tl'vtn'elrll, nnd a variety to. 'liv A. a cLAUKii and requested to appear and) plead! to the Declaration F. H. :FLAOO *gsa*.
444..!' ; HIDES, for which tie highest Mar.IUUU of mean has ln-en rerti"l 10 fur n.lid.It1t I "ncwa Mardi[; IR. ISM. 11 tiled in said Saddlory.Ladle's TallabasseV NoTember 5. 1161. 44 _
.J kr-t price will bfl paid by obtained until I received this medicine frm ___._._-y .. cause.M.. WHIT SMITH. Saddles. Velvet and Plush seat, I
October 29. 1858. 48 S. S. KN 10 liT. Its influence, fuernvd almost you. JAMES Gents Patent Leather Entanl Saddles
a 'i i *i J"i a i inag'esl ; tin re was a Copper, Tin, and SIiC'ctIronMANTJFACTORy. I.IUKER.AH"rn. I' .. DR. JOHN P. DUV.AL,
iiiftnifoft iml/rllVl'n1I1| from the davit was tiken. YI4 for I'laiutiffa. Spanish
Vt- Lime I Lime As there are a great many frniftlop f in our country Madison; C. H, March 62. (April 1.) 1851. Em 13 I' Tennessee TALLAHASSEE' FLORIDA. i

)fCCASKS\ fresh lime landing per srhr. Mag. laboring un,h-r the aflli<'tioii'f" r which yoUr medicine Russet omCE AT THJC COITBT HOU8X. t

wv/W nolia and for sale. pnijNwe a remedy, I feel it a duty to renmimend ittoalUucb. THE S ill(M-ril,torn ii.f.irm the citizens of Tnlhufeo I DEXTISTRV.IU. Spanish January 8. 18$01. L, 4 _. j j'Notlee'
'ir McNAUGIIT A OR IOND. CLUL'OHS.( BEAR ) and the Kiirrnundin country that Patent Leather Quilted Chamois Seat do., -

Newport March 11. 1664. )H) J. n hllclIJ 1 & Co.. Proprietors Central Depot, :04. ..t .. -they are now prrparcd, to fumi-li cuxtom-r friends. Ii\VIS and gives notice to his Bridle,Martingales Riding Buggy and Carriage

Broadway, New-York. with all kindi of wore, -ffhulcsale nud ictail, in their @ patrons that he has removed Whips, Valise, Carpet Bags,
MONROE HOUSE January 14, 1854. 2 6m line of busings.The known his" Om'pv i to his residence" in the Hardware and Cutlery. 18 of the ;.t- *om s J. Bee We of Jfe
I ,g..' Ktil>*criljpr rail tie aftcnlinn of the public to building ns the Wyatt House, adjoining the County deeMMd,will six ouwlksrsJtcr date fcerssfc
r'St TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. their dwelling of Dr. Taylor, where he may be fwuud at all Knives and Forks, Pen and Pocket Knives.Guns of Jsfers
.i Notice.SIX assortment of Parlor C-x>kinq;. nd, Wood Stoves, apply to t t&tvBonT Jade Ftooalcef 1
fj fl1 *"J} 'HIS rvcil-ktiowu hotel havi.i passed: from of the latest style\ ; all trimmed in \ order at times prepared to fot'rth'lIe who may need 1 his ser Shot Pouches. Powder Fla ks and Game-Bags.Trunk. Cotwty for" a diKharge from Ida Acbrunistniton i
irnple4e
_;.- 2'i I: JJ L I the ha'i'is 1'f Mr. C P 5l I''r. mt. ihoeof months from date, the undersigned Executor of the lowret market price. Please call nnd examine vices. hut terms will be Ca--i! or when called for. Box.Door and Pad Locks,Cast Steel Spades and Shovel Deaid esUlr.W.S.DILWORTB--

-; t'2e n.vli'riiiirjM! : tu(' cev pr'pit\te\ gives notice to Last Will and TestanieutttfjsIni Isler.deceased. Ix-fore purchasing elsewhere. .AI"". JJrittanniA mid. Any references can be given if uwcessarv. 111. Collins' Axes, Chisels, Augers, Planes Cut-nail, Jeffersoa.Ooimty Deetmler.$. _151$. 4, fa

,, t. tie; psblje Jh'it h J.e: i ill rpare 1 to r.citaiu: transient l late of Leon County, will present his final accounts Japanned: Ware, Lead Pipe, Sheet Zinc, Sheet Lctd" N. B. GuM Plate cut to patterns for Dentists and Iron. Blacksmith's Bellows HammenvAnvib. Stocks .- ,

,I. I. p'r'ir.et fill..t"111 ctl: h xlc. b."t .th,' LUU\6 nf. and vouchers to the Judge Htf lruIJatfur Leon County, lIoiee.work Routing Fancy Heads, for, gutters'Out- tent by mail at $1.05 cts. Jwt.l'ovenILer'19 and Dies. Screw'plates. Vice. Hoes, Corn Sbellers, InaolTent Estate Notice

-t !.,rdJ. au 1 at as r<-woiublc a "*I ns the limes will adTT and ask fur a discharge. J. ISLKR, Executor." terinjf Iipc*-Shop work of every description done 1S53. 46 Straw Cutters, Cast Plow-poinU and Sweeps Trace STATE O.J.i'L8.B1DA. l
.it of. "Jli li i it 1T"ih'ith l anili'O'ioe Juuuary :21,1851. 6m. Chain tc tc.
l, '>up H'rv.mt, 3 with neatness and despatch. Madisoo CouBty. ) _
r "'ery \' to n .iiie ijCFi;T8 coiiiF rtiiWe., nii'l WHITE A: SLUSSER. Leon County lion, Works. Groceries. H.PATTE8SON. es4 o _;.t

I2 k-: tbe pro.t.1: Tvjll t-p.tre: UU ]pllill.! to ]please I those who Administrator's Notice. October 8, 1653. 40 tf TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. Sugar Teas. Coffee Rice. Best Pale Otard Bran- J JOHN Am.. 'deeeuect. baTi tLis as '-
Hugh ; .
I. ( 111n with their, *. An eicelhntLifciy
l'"r : |uttniiing> Rectified Whiskey Gin Rum,
,1! r.iy @ts\t. a.l|<,io* thi H tel. C. A. BRYAN. >MX months from date, the undersigned AdministraO SKY-LIGHT THIS Establishment is now in full operation. All (Wine.lv. Old Sherry Rye Whwkev.and Madeira, Tobacco. Snnff. Cigars in the Probate QBt* said Cocntygestion a writWDI"P

t Talbhaster, January 7, lEI:.. '1 tf I tot on the estate of Mary Wer, deceased, late of D.tGUERRE1GPLLERY, I will be. attended to with promptness, and Candles, and Soap. With variety of other articles that be believes'said estate to be insohest.:
all work done with W
Leon IIp.atuts8I1nd It qrtlt..J' That all
will
County pri-wiit his final account and Vouchers OVER IJAKNAED'S disimtch. u thrrefort persons
nuco I too insert here.
'.? .1 .. Provlslons&c. to the Judge of Probate for Iy tn County and R k 'subscribers STORE.r I All kiutli of work such as Mcam Work, Mill Work, Tallahassee numerous to March 18, 1854. 11 claims against said estate do appear and fi[ the ia'
.p1 ). bW for a disdmrge. J. S. 1SLER, AdmiDistrator. | respectfully| announce to the Ladies Gin.Gemng.. .Sugar_ Mill Circular Saw Machinery, in the office aforesaid, a****"**<* t** JDatIIIII
Lalf
'-1 BBLS. and 20 Wlukej, J. anti n' '
January 21, 1854. 0m. S gentlemen of Tallahassee nUll vicinity Wlialtmg, Ytiik'vs, Hangers, Plough Castings, Brow prescribed by law,on or be' tile 'lth day of AngssI.AlEX. .
1'I. 1 C casks Bacon .ides that tbcir Gallery u open daily for the reception of I Castings, ,-c.; also. Sugar Kettles of any size: kept Blank Books, Paper, Stationery 185-1 ,McDONAt..D.

2 do. BLoulden, Notice. visitor, Sundays cxcvpted. iliuiabuies taken of all eotibtautly <>n liand. All work done in such an establiuhmeut Feb.4. 1 854. J 6. Judge of Probate.
t. I Bt. Pork, sizes ond t t'l(sIC the Itrl Lathes and gentlemen are I will be done by us, with a particular regard COPYING PRESSES, PRINTING, &c.

tr 100 da Floor, SIX month afUr date, I shall present my final ac- invited t"> cull and examine their epecimens. to tile strength and durability of the work. RICH fit LO.UTREL :Bank of Charleston.

1 : I Casks Whiskey and r vouchers to tbeIJOIIurablt'JuIIge of Probate N. B Instruction* given ii the art, and all kinds of Competent Workmen always iu readme to put at New Port. Florida.JlcN .
; ; io'BusI1icoru, : Inrd. Oil 4cw for IItT< bj. of Jefferson County, ns executor of Paul Ulmer Daguern.au material for Engines. tc.lurm up 01 WILLIAM ST., >KW YORK CITY. AGENCY AUOBT A ORMO

: McNAUOUT. & ORMOND.. late of said County deceased and ask fur a diomisskm Vale.KUIINS A BAILEY. will be liberal, and all work done strictly for BUYERS will consult their interest by examining our Newport January 14> 18&4. 4 --
ftcwpert. March II 1854. 10 such February 11. 1854. stock which we offer at the LOWEST -
4 and discharge as executor. JOHN ULMER. >6< ly oh. or accepted order on some business firm in this '
Jefferson County, Feb.: 4, 1864. ft place. Liberal priced paid for old Iron Copper and POSSIBLE I'RICES.ACCOUNT P. B., BROKAW'SLIILRT ,
ValuableLandaforSale. BOOK FACTORY. Books made
MONTICELLOAPT. HOTEL BrtlM. to
t ,
of the land belonging to the eetate of Henfj Notice. AU letters must'be addressed (pout paid) to pattern paged and printed heads, in every style r- AU3ILL1TAILI.

ANY.*, deeaated, may be treated fUr I"' ralel,, tj : undersigned the NEWMAN having ted bill Hotel, J. M. SHINE A CO-TallabaMee, Fla. quired. Also a large stock on bond, suitable for TAT-T-4HABift ,J'WRt.4i' j. "
Laving engnged services of .a I.j and the
THE a subscriber having purchased and BANKS. INSURANCE and other CompaniesMER .
applil Oll to either of the Executor i _March 11. 18M. 10 S S5.S.
-a. MARTHA. GEE.' atrlX.i i \ Tutor for bill children is willing to receive fitted up that large andeorumodioua Brick' Buildup CHANTS,Court., Ac.: also inlarge quantities fur the I ,
;.. eight or ten pupils' (male and female.) to board South of the Court THBPiwrktorformWfrien .
R.K.OALL. Houtefermerljr; occupied at a Tavern Leon Circuit Court. NORTH WEST and SOUTH TRADE. .I u. .
'. 0. H. DuPONT. I EKeCutora: in his; family for the term often months, commencing by Mr. CooJbread, and known then u the Banner WRITING PAPERS. Cau. -Lettar Note and .pnbBe thai bs t iltprepared \

1 .S February 1- It.- : 18E4. 'Z 're (Seul..l April 1st; For further particulars apply to H. u.e, take thin method of informing the public that, Elizabeth Holdeme, Adm'iof. 1 Ledger Papers from the bfsUliIJ. in the U. 8. 'FOREIGN his Iarg Briek d thsoid _1 ."

February 2, 1864. GREEN OHAIRE.q. he bus converted th. said building into a Hotel, and James IIolderoeM. deceaieJ.' J to Chancerj.TS. P PAPERS TISSUE.DRAWING,WRITING to i aceoDH J 1rMode-

JI17..1IVI"NASH & CO. re8)tfulJyaolicita a share of publie'p.trooage.' No ;>Bill for spfcioc per- COLORED&e.STATIONERY. He also ha attacked to j his 8&ab1ei.; ,t
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; ? 8.. W. BAKER pain or expense will be spared to reader UMM oomf.irt- Christopher Strong and Chris- J I (ormance. Fancy and Staple Goods most smith Sbop .ber ,,.. 1rIU bar in1r'

Dealer inJfrngBp. Mediclnci, &o;, ATTORNtY ,AT LAW, able who mar visit hi. house. The..elllmowl Livery tiana Strong. J extensive and complete assortment. Envelopes Cards PbintatioQ work don,slioeJag,and Carni"

: lirOTJLD inform: their firiend* aod UM pnUic, that : JEFFERSON COUNTY FLA. Stable, formerly kept by Capt Newman,are eon IT appearing by affiklavit made in this ese.>. that Inks. Gold Pens and Pencils Steal Pens *c. in the vary beat rfimnsr vH wjtk pfooptB* .
'V YY tber hare ao bead a food r Mtortroeot of such MONTIOELLO necird with the HoteL E. E. BLACKBURN. .1. defendant, Christopher Strong, resides out of tile DIARIES ,FOR '1854. Tim and Work 'BOOK*; diapateb. ; .

artieWa are geoermlly kept b their Ime of buaiOMI,1 1and .Mareb.1I./1I. $' II Monticello, December 24, 185*. 51 Middle Circuit of Florida aod in the) State of Mississippi Tariff of the U. 8, Interest Advance, Discount, Exahance omber6I$1L fc 44 _
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.5 will be reaririqg regularly (tusk : Their : T *' and other useful books for the Counting Room -aCheaD

knMU" nue Wanted MEDICAL_ NOTICE. Jt if ordrrtd. That the said Cbrutppber Strong do Job Printing of Cheap Cuds Bill Heads Labels aooda. -.J"

TallAh.... April 9th.1 UI. 1 4 IOO() DRY OR SALT HIDES far which the .. .. appear and answer the bill of complaint filed herein, Checks Law Cases, Points, te. ,Ta31e1b.r, --r-r
I bifttMt market. Dries will be naid bv WM. F. ROBERTSON A J. EPPES or the tame will be taken for eonfeued against him: LITHOGRAPHY AND L GRA VIYG. Bond. aaeltDSw.lIftIII'IIMDtiD.
4 -.3 S :t r gToei for Sale. Ol.tt.ber 16.1851. 41'- HKIR A RUST. D having located l iu TallahAI' &: aud'TT.as oiatedtbem'lvea PHrifIJ. That "copy of this order'be':JpnUuhed In Stocks Certifieatea Bills Exchange, Dies cut Cards, It.I&.r1.

;3 LIKELY jpMso. ,goad Turpentine band together in the prnrt ce of Medicine,fifler some newspaper published' in_the Middle Circuit of aud. Envelop embossed in the best styles. diapoM of t .raa..ff. TPeoaIiata
1 1" I1aed a Negroes for Sale. their Pr fes knal services to the public. Florida once a week for the space of fur mooUu. gjT The Trade.Country Merchants and Dealers la If .ell..

I. b 1" boy U ,.otd. ploughs wen< 1 LIKELY MAN. abont 82 years of age and a C3f Office over the Store of MH1rw'.Dett n 1'tr'. AT CHAlIU8.30tb January, 1854. supplied Order at low tnr price Mail, in executed quantities to suit Buyers. tine. Jewelry ".-o. ..9 _1.
1 1.a GirL 17 fielOand Woman about C2 years, with her four children. Residence of Dr. Robeitson at the r.I'Jonare of ibeEpiscnpnl J. WAYLES BAKER, J
Terms cash ,r Xew York aoeeptaJite. For t rm". fcc, enquire of F. H. FLAGG. Chureh. WM. F. ROBERTSON' i A True Copy-ATTBTT: IUOK" LOUTREL, 61 William st,'K. Y, twtie1es to MIl ho esib VI_ L'r1I Id4d4prteei. -lit.

4 JpriJl.lW* 11 I S..L JGIIT. April 10,1854. 15 JaIL 28, f84. 4 6 m J. TT. EPPES. 'I HUGH ARCHER. Ja, Clerk. JssporlJag and JftHtw/seftrf ftatt ,ntrt. '1Q1fI& I .
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